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Getting Physically Healthy!

I remember the first time in my life when weight started to become an issue. I was just out of college and I was living an out-of-control life. Part of that out-of-control life included out-of-control eating. When I jumped on the scales and I was over 200 pounds I was shocked! For my frame, that was a lot of weight. I had never weighed that much in my life. It hit me that day that I needed to start doing something about my weight. Shortly after, I went and I joined a gym. As the salesman was showing me around the gym I remembered him telling me that 13 laps around the track was a mile. The first day in the gym I remember running

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Intentional New Year

As you embrace 2011 you deserve to be intentional in many areas of your life. One of the areas that I will challenge you in is your marriage. Whether you are married or engaged, your relationship needs time and attention in order to make it successful. Don’t miss this opportunity to examine the effectiveness of your marriage and start 2011 more connected and intimate with your spouse. NAVIGATING MARRIAGE INTENTIONAL CHOICES MARRIAGE CONFERENCE (download brochure) Led by Marriage Coaches: Bryan and Stephanie Vignery Gary and Christy Kuzmich Our mission is to assist couples to plot a course through intentional choices that result in action that empowers growth. Today’s marriages need intention more than ever before. With the divorce rate at approximately 50% percent for first

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Navigating Marriage – Intentional Choices Conference

NAVIGATING MARRIAGE INTENTIONAL CHOICES MARRIAGE CONFERENCE (download brochure) Led by Marriage Coaches: Bryan and Stephanie Vignery Gary and Christy Kuzmich Our mission is to assist couples to plot a course through intentional choices that result in action that empowers growth. Today’s marriages need intention more than ever before. With the divorce rate at approximately 50% percent for first marriages, 67% for second and 74% for third marriages, couples need to spend time looking at what is important in keeping marriage fresh and alive! We are committed to helping couples reach a new level of effectiveness in their marriage. REGISTER HERE CREATING AND SHARING A MAGNETIC MARRIAGE Remember why you were attracted to your spouse? Was it magnetic? Today others are looking for radiant marriages that

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Leaving a Legacy

I witnessed a first hand testimony of a young man in his early twenties that was caught in the middle of anger and frustration due to the possible separation of his parents. His parents reached the point of what they thought was no return three years ago in their marriage and the son, at that point, decided he didn’t like his parents too much nor did he respect them for disrupting his security of having parents that were together. The reason that I tell this story is not to highlight what divorce or separation can do to kids, but to highlight intentional living by parents. You see, the mother in this situation decided to get some help and direction. Due to her taking action and

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Time for a Couple Checkup?

You get your oil changed every 3,000 miles . . . you get your teeth cleaned at least once a year . . . you even get regular physical exams . . . Your marriage deserves a checkup too! It is important to do a checkup of your marital or dating relationship to keep up with your relational demands. One of the areas of my coaching and counseling business has been focused on helping couples achieve an intentional relationship. A couple checkup is one of the most effective and intentional tools that I have found to take an insightful look at the key areas of your relationship including communication, conflict resolution, financial management, spiritual beliefs and more. How does the Couple Checkup work? Contact me

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Take The 5 Love Languages Profile

I have used the 5 Love Languages book for quite a while and most of you have probably read it (if not go get it). It’s always good to have a reminder…take the profile below:

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INTENTION – “a determination to act in a certain way”

Over the past four years the word intention has been a buzz word for me. I decided to look up the word intention today on Websters I was struck by one of the definitions: “A determination to act in a certain way”. After reading that I was lead to see what Websters said about determination! “The act of deciding definitely and firmly. The result of such an act of decision. Firm or fixed intention to achieve a desired end. The resolving of a question by argument or reasoning.” I believe many people have good intentions and many people with good intentions lack the determination to bring them to fruition. Intention needs result and we get to result through determination. Without result we stay stagnant and

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Starting off on the Right Foot

With the odds stacked against our marriage, we knew we wanted to do everything we could to start things off on the right foot.

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The Four Horsemen Continued

The Four Horsemen occasionally take their ride through most relationships. When the horsemen are running rampant, couples begin to believe that there is no way they can work out their problems. Couples start to separate themselves emotionally, spiritually, physically, and financially hoping they can resolve their relationship problems somehow outside their marriage. There becomes drastic and detrimental changes in how we see our spouses positive and negative behaviors. I believe this is partly caused by couples believing the lie that society tells us that marriage is based on happiness and not on the foundational commitments that were made on the wedding day. If my spouse is not making me happy then I’m outta here! That statement is a whole other post waiting to happen that

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The Four Horsemen

Dr. John Gottman, a psychologist at the University of Washington says there are four attitudes which he has found to predict relationship failure. These are criticism, contempt, defensiveness and stonewalling. When these attitudes are present in a relationship, especially when more than one is present, then there is a very good chance that the relationship will not survive. Here is a breakdown of those attitudes, give yourself an honest look at which one you have a tendency to play in your relationships (either married or dating). Criticism: Criticism is the fault finder or the one who judges unfavorably. When you criticize your partner, you attack your partner’s personality or character, usually with the intent of making yourself right and your partner wrong. I refer to

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