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Christian Relationships and Marriage Resources

Trading Places: The Art of Expressing Empathy

Empathy is our “social radar” -- it enables you to understand the concerns that lie behind your spouse's feelings. A marriage filled with empathy keeps small issues from becoming big and enjoys deep levels of intimacy.

  • Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott |
  • July 12, 2008 |
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Resolving Marriage Conflicts so Both Spouses Win

What if a husband gets a new job in a different state that is going to make his life easier and the family's life easier, but the wife doesn't think it would be a wise move? How can they possibly reach a win/win solution?

Faithfulness in Sickness and in Health: One Couple's Story

One week after they graduated from college, they were married. All seemed right with their world until she was given a devastating diagnosis: Multiple Sclerosis.

Gender Roles in Marriage: What it Means to Lead and Follow

In dancing, as in marriage, the roles of men leading and women supporting - if properly executed - give the impression that there are no roles at all. What you witness is the fruit of their abilities, which is delicious.

Spiritual Tools for Couples

The more spiritual your marriage is, the more likely it will be successful and satisfying...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • June 14, 2008 |
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The Destructive Cycle of Negative Thinking

"Negative thinking" occurs when a husband or wife interprets the behavior of his or her spouse to be much more negative than the spouse intended...

  • The Smalley Relationship Center |
  • May 17, 2008 |
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Become a Wife of Goodwill

After seventeen years of marriage, I can look back and say that it was my job to love my husband, Paul. Not to change him...

Affairs of the Heart

During the last few years I have communicated with a number of wives and husbands who are concerned about their mates' other relationships. Many times what is going on is an emotional affair...

Introvert or Extrovert? How Temperament Affects Marriage

Many people believe that the person they love looks at life the same way they do, but that’s usually not the case. Knowing your spouse’s temperament will help you maximize your strengths as a couple and minimize misunderstandings...

  • Kathy Collard Miller, D. Larry Miller |
  • April 19, 2008 |
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Midlife Marriage: Rejoicing in the Spouse of Your Youth

Our culture seems to place a high value on the euphoria of early romance, rarely taking into account the challenges that come as we advance through the decades together. So what's a midlife marriage to do?

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • April 04, 2008 |
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The Differences Between Men's and Women's Brains

Once you understand how differently God has designed male and female brains, you can learn how to use those differences well in your marriage.

Become One with Your Spouse

You're two separate and unique individuals. Yet, the more you embrace the mystery of two becoming one, the more you’ll each grow stronger as people and closer to God...

How Husbands can Inspire Romance in Their Marriages

How do we as men need to think in order to enjoy greater intimacy with our wives?

How Wives Can Unlock the Door to Verbal Intimacy

Christian marriage expert Joe Beam has observed that, stereotypes aside, men crave intimate conversation as much as women do. So what prevents them from opening up?

Is Your Marriage Good – Or Just Good Enough?

Cruise control may be alright for your Buick, but it’s not alright for your marriage. If your relationship isn’t growing deeper, it’s growing more vulnerable...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • February 26, 2008 |
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Increasing Intimacy in Your Marriage

Dr. Gary Smalley and his wife, Norma, discuss some key moments in their marriage where they were able to increase their levels of emotional intimacy.

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