Kim and Randy learned to live independently while Randy was traveling for work, but they lost the sense of unity that's critical for a marriage. Here are tips to fix the troubles caused by travels.
Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott suggests there is such a thing as healthy complaining. Listen to the full program here.Listen
Strengthen your marriage or the marriages in your church by hosting one of our Focus Marriage Conferences or attending one of our Weekend Marriage Retreats. Our speakers and counselors lead couples through biblically-based lessons to enrich and deepen relationships.Read more
If you cultivate a cooperative attitude with your spouse, you will save yourself a lot of grief. And you will have found the secret to fighting a good fight.
Craig's best efforts at helping his depressed wife made him exhausted, bitter and resentful. Then, prompted by God, he made a decision that changed his life and began her healing process.Read more
Husbands, if you want your marriage to glorify God, it must be grounded in prayer. Consistent, sincere and concentrated prayer will do infinitely more than any human strategy to improve your marriage.Read more
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The relationship between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law can be painful, but it doesn't have to be. The issue often is a lack of trust. This article offers five practical tips for building trust.Read more
Your spouse may act nothing like your ex, but without even realizing it, you might be unfairly reacting based on fears and emotions that are rooted in your previous marriage — these are triggers.Read more