Deanna Bryant, Midlife Marriage Strategist

Deanna Bryant
Midlife Marriage Strategist

Deanna Bryant
Midlife Marriage Strategist

Helping midlife couples cultivate new meaning and a deeper intimacy now the kids are older.

Now that the kids are older,
how will you awaken your marriage?

You and your spouse have raised amazing kids together. The biggest share of your combined love and attention went to them and rightly so.

Now married life can feel a bit empty — a bit too well worn of a groove.

But that just won’t do for this new phase of life that you’re in.


laughing together again

having deep conversations

learning to love each other fully as you are now

It is possible. And you can do it!

Revive Your Midlife Marriage
Start by getting your copy of
3 Simple Steps to Improve Your Marriage

3 Simple Steps to
Improve Your Marriage

From the Podcast

Giving and Receiving Comfort in Your Marriage|Episode 57

Midlife comes with many transitions. While there are many wonderful things about having a second half of life full of possibilities, some of those transitions can be painful causing fear, sadness and feelings of irrelevancy. This is a time we need to be present with our spouse's struggles as well as share our own in order to give and receive the comfort we need. I'll give you 5 ways to do this.

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Overcoming Apathy in Your Marriage| Episode 56

In a long-term marriage, we can let things slide that build or sustain connection. We get comfortable and lazy. Pretty soon we find ourselves in a state of apathy. Apathy kills connection, but there are red flags to look for and ways to get back to connection. This episode will cover how to break through apathy and get your marriage back on track.

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Part 2 Interview with author Ben Winter| Episode 55

Ben and I will be talking about how you maintain your peace when you've shared your expectations with your spouse and they aren't being met. We will also be talking about the difference between reasonable and unreasonable expectations, as well as how regrets and expectations go together.

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