Our Story: Angel & Jason
by Love Stories



November 15, 2018


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Our Story: Angel & Jason

Jason and Angel
Courtesy of @focusedmarriages

We are Jason and Angel Scott. We met on a blind date almost 24 years ago. My best friend from high school said she had someone for me to meet and gave me his number. It took me two months to call him. One day, I was at home bored and decided to page him. He was out with another friend and said he had been waiting for me to call him. So he took the friend home and called me when he got in. We talked on the phone for two weeks before we met. When we met, it was love at first sight. We have been together since. I had a little girl at the time and he knew if he wanted to talk to me it was a package deal. I had been through hurt in a previous relationship with my daughter’s father and was very hesitant about giving my heart to someone again. Jason broke me down and after four months of dating, he asked me to marry him. I said no the first time. He asked again, four months later and I finally said yes. I was looking for consistency, which he was providing, but again I didn’t want to be hurt again. He was a very nice guy from the beginning, it was just me being very cautious. We got married two years later and have been together since we first met. I am so thankful I gave love a second try. I love the relationship that, with God, we have developed. Now, it hasn’t been without bumps in the road, we had a married lady trying to talk to my husband when he was trying to invite her and her troubled relationship to our marriage fellowship at our previous church. This was the most hurtful time in our relationship. If it wasn’t for God and our church that we used to attend, I am not sure we would still be here. We want to share that if your marriage is going to make it past a serious conflict, you must have forgiveness in your heart, commitment, loving communication and redefine your household guidelines relating to your marriage. You must put guidelines in place to affair-proof your marriage. One thing I learned is, hurt people like to hurt people. With God at the center of our relationship, it caused me to not be selfish and see the root cause of this problem, which was my husband thought he was strong enough to stand on his own and he could help save the world. Now when we speak with couples who have challenges, we do it as a team through our business we started in 2016 Focused Marriage, Inc. (www.focusedmarriages.com). We love to coach marriages to victory, this is our passion and we served our previous church and our current church for over 15 years combined assisting couples. We love to let couples know that marriage can work when you work have guidelines in place. It’s work, but fun.

Reflections by @focusedmarriages