Marriage expert Joe Beam offers five considerations for deciding whether to try and reconcile with an unfaithful spouse.
- October 05, 2012 |
What did Peter by women being “weaker vessels” – was he saying that women were morally weaker? Emotionally weaker?
One of the most consistent questions I get is, “How do I get my spouse to join me in working on the money?”
If you fear that marriage will put your wealth at risk, perhaps your money means more to you than your future spouse.
Focusing too much on marriage can distract you from Jesus’ greater call on your life: to learn how to wholeheartedly love God and other people.
By answering the following questions, you can quickly assess how you are doing in the marital satisfaction department.
After remarriage, half of couples struggle to find enough leisure time together. They are missing the fun-factor.
In marriage, we have many options before us: What will the tone of our marriage be? We will make room for each other's hobbies?
Married or single, we all, at one time or another, feel alone at heart. How can we sort through the myths and commit ourselves to God?
While it is OK to deal with my feelings, I must remember that it is not my children’s responsibility to know my every thought and sadness.
I pray that we are modeling for our children how important it is to nurture the marriage relationship, second only to God.
Storybook romances for the middle aged did not exist. Who was I kidding? God, help me remember why I’m still married to this man.
There’s an old line that goes, "It’s like saying you want to marry someone, but still date around." Who would think of marrying someone, and then act as if it was okay to date? It was an easy point to get. Not anymore.
Isn't marriage a lot like laundry and mowing the lawn? But only one gives an instant return while the other never seems to give a return at all.
Follow these steps and find a romantic partner if you’re single, keep love fresh if you’re married, or bring back love you’ve lost for your spouse.
Having a ghost from marriage (or childhood) past is not uncommon. It’s part of our nature to carry some bruises from the past.
When the challenges of money management are combined with the complications of stepfamily living, money issues can be volatile.
- August 17, 2012 |
Midlife by its very nature is a lot like dynamite: it is a powerful force for either great good or great harm
- August 17, 2012 |
The difficulties of being a Step-mom are many. What's worth fighting for, and when is it OK to give in?
- August 10, 2012 |