Not only is healthy conflict achievable in every marriage, it is crucial for a lifetime of love with your spouse.
- November 22, 2013 |
An ingredient to a flourishing marriage that is so simple, it's easily overlooked...
Our ability to approach a spouse honestly about any given situation will determine the depth of trust, or lack thereof, in marriage.
Many wives are frustrated by a lack of good conversations with their husbands, since men tend to talk less than women do.
Love is a choice, marriage is hard, and there's no man or woman out there who can "complete" you.
In our new book, we offer plenty of personal reflection and ample interactions for a couple to complete.
The message given is so often: more more more. Try harder. Cook more. Submit more. But maybe that's not the issue.
Marriage is hard. But here are some tips to prepare yourself... or improve your relationship with your spouse.
Ever wondered how you know when someone needs encouragement? Here's a simple test. Check and see if they have a pulse.
Dr. Roger shares advice for victims of sexual abuse.
Being loving extends ourselves, making us larger, kinder and more gracious than we were before.
Simply making an effort to extend grace to your spouse can do wonders to strengthen your marriage.
Daughters-in-law expect mothers-in-law to be intrusive and overly attached to their sons—and sometimes, sadly, they’re right.
There are few people that really know what they’re getting into when it comes to getting married. I was one of those people.
Healthy conflict in marriage can strengthen a marital bond. Unhealthy conflict, on the other hand, can hurt a marriage.
Are you and your mate looking for ways to meet new "couple friends"? Here is one woman's journey of friendship.
“Remember marriage is not a contest – never keep a score. God has put the two of you together on the same team to win.”
Is it okay to get married for reasons other than love? Dr. Roger Barrier shares his thoughts on green card and arranged marriages.