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Surviving a Struggle for Identity

Why are we so consumed with trying to "find" ourselves? Is there really a piece of us missing out there that we must find? Cindi McMenamin, author of Women on the Edge, shares ways you (and your marriage) can survive an identity crisis.

The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness

In the sixties, American women reported themselves happier, on average, than did men. Today, that statistic has reversed. Why are women more unhappy?

I Need a Teammate, Not a Cell Mate

Some have resigned themselves to the idea that marriage is indeed an institution, and they feel like they have received a "life sentence." In order husbands and wives to regain special freedom to be colaborers, the shackles of mistreatment that one places on the other need to fall away from their hearts. Here's how.

  • Steve and Annie Chapman |
  • June 07, 2010 |
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Doin' What Comes Naturally?

The Crusader and Mr. Hyde: A Most Unhappy Couple

I watched and listened as Ken and Lori locked horns in a needless power struggle. I've talked about how to approach Mr. Hyde in previous articles. Now let's focus on a role wives often embrace: The Crusader.

When You Disagree with Your Spouse

Spouse and I are in love. We're crazy about each other. But there are times when we disagree. So, when we drop on two different sides of an issue, what do we do?

Clear Up Communication Confusion in Your Marriage

When we talk so the other understands us, we can use our energy to move forward in life. Here's how Mark and Kym Wright overcome communication obstacles.

Sara Groves: Her Confession Continues on Fireflies and Songs

In what is Sara Groves' ninth album, the singer/songwriter takes the listener down a road of confession and relationship. After 15 years of marriage, Sara says year seven brought various challenges. Fireflies and Songs tackles those relational hurdles similar to what many couples face.

Uniquely Female: The Scriptural Blueprint for Femininity

God created woman from the side of man, so she's made of the same stuff—equal to man. But she's also different. Here are six markers of complementarity that can be observed in the creation of woman.

Uniquely Male: The Scriptural Blueprint for Masculinity

The Bible teaches that male and female roles are complementary, not identical or interchangeable. God could have made male and female at the exact same time and in the exact same way. But the fact is, He didn't.

Should I Tell My Spouse?

Honesty is crucial to a healthy marriage. But should we tell our spouses everything?

Powerful Phrases that Can Improve Your Marriage

Words contain great power to either help or harm people. Here are some key phrases you can say to each other to improve your marriage.

Cleaning House: What Areas of Your Marriage Could Improve?

Imagine your marriage as if it were a house. Which rooms might need some extra cleaning out and which ones might need a little extra attention to spruce them up?

Mystery and Romance: Does a Christian Marriage Need Them?

Women long for romance but often don't feel their marriages meet their expectations. Hayley DiMarco, author of The Woman of Mystery, shares some common mistakes wives make and how they can reawaken both mystery and romance in their lives.

Pornography and You

While in the airport recently my heart broke at the site of so many men who spend time between flights thumbing through the pages of "soft porn" publications like Playboy...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 07, 2010 |
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Yours, Mine... and Ours

"His" and "hers" might be embroidered on towels, robes and coffee mugs, but when it comes to issues of the heart, there is no "yours" or "mine" -- it is all "ours."

A Well-Loved Woman

I've had too many women walk up to me after a speaking engagement and bend down, with tears in their eyes, and whisper a confession that they are in a hard marriage. I know what they are feeling, and it kills me that they each think they're the only ones who are going through this...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • January 25, 2010 |
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When One Spouse Travels: 5 Steps for Keeping the Peace

Today's economy is having more of an impact on families than just their income levels. In many cases, one spouse now has to travel in order to get or keep a job.

  • Deborah Thompson |
  • January 12, 2010 |
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Getting Rid of the Green-Eyed Monster in Your Marriage

It affects every marriage at one time or another – jealousy. Whether it's a mild or major case, jealousy can have a big impact on your relationship...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • January 05, 2010 |
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The Warning Signs of Infidelity

  • Nancy C. Anderson |
  • December 25, 2009 |
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