11 love songs to help you through a rough spot in your marriage

There’s a purple home-burnt mix CD that I keep in my car. Scrawled in permanent marker are the words “See Me Through” – the title of the first song on the CD. It’s that CD I put in when I’m angry, frustrated, hurt, annoyed, or just tired of being married. It’s been there since our very first year of marriage, and it has seen me through many ups and downs and fights and hurts.

On the CD are songs that mean things to me and Russ, songs that remind me that this love is worth fighting for, songs that make me feel like we can get through whatever we are going through. Sometimes music can be such a therapeutic tool to process our negative emotions and be encouraged about the future.

Here’s a list of some songs that I hope will encourage you wherever you are in your marriage.

11 love songs to help you through a rough spot in your marriage

I Keep on Lovin You by Reba McEntire

Do It Anyway by Martina McBride

See Me Through by Rascal Flatts

Keep Holding On by Avril Lavigne

Like I Am by Rascal Flatts

Remember When by Alan Jackson

In Her Eyes by Josh Groban

You Are Loved by Josh Groban

So Small by Carrie Underwood

All of Me by Matt Hammitt

Restore by Chris August

What about you? Do you have any songs that have helped you get through a tough time in your marriage? What would you add to this list?


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2 thoughts on “11 love songs to help you through a rough spot in your marriage

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