"… and I loved deeper, and I spoke sweeter, and I gave forgiveness I’d been denying…" Tim McGraw's lyrics don't just apply to how we die, but how we date our spouses.
- June 22, 2012 |
The back cover asks, “What really matters in a relationship?” And that is just what Grylls seeks to discuss.
Julie and Mike had been married for twenty-four years when she sent me the email for my book, 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband: Put a Smile on His Face. She described her most creative wow date for her guy, a real ride down memory lane...
Midlife is the number one time for couples to toss in the towel, but the ability to hang on to love is a bit easier when we realize all that is going on in a midlife marriage.
Life is full of things that add up to stress. How we handle the emotion of it all makes or breaks us as individuals and as a couple.
It is critical that every couple be able to recognize when they are no longer in a reconciling mood and take appropriate precautionary action.
Usually, I'm approached by the spouse who just discovered the affair of the other. However, this article isn't for those whose spouse cheated; it's for those who strayed.
We need a roadmap for our marriages!
Weddings can bring up a lot of feelings we thought we had taken care of and buried.
You don’t have to attend every fight you’re invited to. Think about it. People invite you to a fight every day.
When children join a couple, the big question becomes: Just how do we find time together – just the two of us?
If you accept your differences and learn how to work with them effectively, you can build the close marriage God wants you and your spouse to enjoy.
Wounds happen, but they can be healed. They cannot be healed in a hostile environment.
Consider some of these tools for giving up power struggles and asking for what you need.
Does the Bible really only define marriage one way? Mary Kassian examines God's reasons for establishing marriage as one man with one woman. For more information about Mary Kassian, visit: www.girlsgonewise.com. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com.
It is possible to enjoy a romantic relationship with your spouse while still fulfilling all your parenting responsibilities. You just have to be proactive about it.
No matter how discouraged you may feel, it’s possible to experience love for your spouse. That’s because love comes from God rather than from you.
Appreciation is simple, easy, and remarkably powerful.
She and her husband were 40ish, married about twenty years, with a couple of children. One evening he told her he was in love with his assistant, that he already had a lawyer, and suggested she procure one for herself...