Being newlyweds can be challenging - especially as you learn to communicate with each other! In this episode Chris and Richelle Alessi share effective communication tips they've discovered during their first year of marriage!
Is the first year of marriage the hardest?
If so, it's probably because learning to communicate with a new spouse is a big challenge.
While newlyweds are truly deeply in love, they also have a lot to learn about making a marriage work. In this episode you'll hear Chris and Richelle Alessi share the lessons they've learned as they discuss their first year of marriage with their father (in-law) Steve Alessi.
You'll discover how small changes in your communication style can make a big difference in staying on the same page with your spouse, whether you are just starting or have been married for a while.
You'll also hear some hints of the brand new journey the next generation of Alessis are about to undertake (yes, it involves another grandchild!)
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Pastor / Author / Speaker
Christopher Alessi was born and raised In the beautiful and diverse city of Miami Florida. He earned his bachelors degree in psychology with a minor in leadership communication at Florida international University.
Christopher serves as the next generation pastor in the church that his parents, Pastor Steve and Mary Alessi, founded and continue to lead, Metro Life Church. His desire is that all children, youth and young adults would recognize the true Ephesians 3:20 nature of God and inspire others to do the same. At his side in ministry and in life are his wife Richelle and his three young adult sisters, Stephanie, Lauren and Gabrielle.