Do you feel mismatched in your marriage today? Maybe your spouse wants to pack your weekend full of outings and family gatherings while you’re dreaming of quiet time on the couch with a good book. You secretly feel jealous of the way your spouse comes alive at a party while you feel overwhelmed and out of place. Perhaps holidays and special occasions stir up conflict because your ideas of “fun” are completely opposite. An introvert-extrovert marriage can struggle from misunderstanding, frustration, and feeling unheard and unloved.
Today’s guests, Holley Gerth and Jason Rovenstine, are here to help us understand our spouse and thrive in our differences. They explain
- Why Holley and Jason are so passionate to help you understand what it really means to be an introvert or extrovert.
- How better knowing who you are will grow your relationships, work, and ministry.
- Why an introvert is a “people person” too and can impact others’ lives in a unique and powerful way.
- The brain science that determines if you’re an introvert or extrovert.
- How an introvert and extrovert might struggle in their relationship.
- Why your differences can be benefits instead of drawbacks to your marriage.
- Ways to cherish your spouse for who they are.
- How to create an “energy budget” so you both can thrive.
Meet Our Guests
Holley Gerth and Jason Rovenstine
Holley Gerth is a bestselling author, life coach, and podcaster with a Masters of Science Degree in counseling. She has spent the last decade empowering about half a million people to realize more of their God-given potential through books like You’re Already Amazing, Fiercehearted, and The Powerful Purpose of Introverts.
Jason Rovenstine is a business partner with Holley who is a self-described visionary introvert, an innovator, and a life coach who empowers content creators to change the world.
In this eye-opening book, Holley Gerth shares everything you need to know, from brain science to the psychological, relational, and spiritual aspects of being an introvert. Learn more here!