How I talk to my friends about my husband has a huge impact on how I feel about him and our life together.
Most people don’t get married planning to divorce, but much of what they do before they wed sadly leads them to that place.
Elisabeth Corcoran's book Unraveling shows the rocky journey of her difficult marriage, and the hope that others can draw from it.
A win-win outcome both in business and in marriage is ideal, but some feel trying to achieve that ideal in marriage is impossible.
Sara Horn talks with us about why we find "submission" so icky.
There is someone, somewhere who is walking blindly down the path to an affair. That someone needs help - before it's too late.
Ever notice that fairy tales always have a happy ending? That mentality has set us up for excitement, but also caused great despair.
There is a myth that love alone is enough. But with money problems as the leading cause of divorce, maybe that's not quite truth.
Sometimes you must weather an emotional storm before you can rebuild your marriage. You must view crisis as an opportunity.
Why does God love odd couple marriages? Because the power of the gospel is put on full display in odd couple marriages.
‘Making a point’ can be harmful, and when we strive to ‘make a point,’ we often become too intense and prick our mate.
Too many marriages have become damaged by cruel attitudes. But those suffering don't have to sit passively.
We’re rolling out a new marriage program here at Focus on the Family designed to help newlyweds as well as couples married for years.
Crosswalk talks with Sara Horn about how an experiment of submission revolutionized her marriage and family.
The circle of a wedding ring represents boundaries surrounding your relationship. And like it or not, intruders are all around.
I hear it all the time. The premise is simple: "I am not happy in this marriage but I will be happy if it ends." But is that reality?
Men, as most of you women (and men) know, are not the easiest creatures with whom to make a connection.
Life is so much easier when you walk through it with another. It is so much harder when that partnership falls apart.
According to a 2008 University of Denver research study, the more fun married couples had together, the happier their marriages became.
- August 23, 2013 |