Learn how to recognize the reasons for anger, and whether it’s appropriate or not.
Before you can begin to talk over the conflict like reasonable, loving adults, you have to pry your closed hearts open again.
Let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger. James 1:19 You’ve heard the age-old relationship advise “communication is key,” or the saying “conflict in marriage is inevitable.” While these statements are true, they do not show the full picture. Communication is not the “good one” while conflict is the “bad …
It’s embarrassing to be jealous of a child, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t really an issue. Stepfamilies have it tough sometimes. It’s more common than you’d think to see jealousy in blended families. If you are a jealous spouse, don’t worry. This issue can be resolved. If your spouse is jealous or your child, …
A thriving marriage requires two spouses who are good at giving apologies that reflect personal responsibility.
Running a business, just like marriage, requires humility, wisdom, and compromise. Marriage and business are not the place to unconsciously expect to always get my way.
A parent once asked, “Why is it that the minute our family is having a fun time together and things seem to be going well, is when our child melts down? It feels like it comes out of the blue. We have been doing so well, and then instantly we see all the bad behaviors …
Relationships are like a dance. Communication takes effort, but with practice, each of us can be a safe place for our loved one’s tender needs.
The most common complaint among married couples is a lack of communication. Too much conflict is among the top five reasons people divorce.
I have noticed a recurring pattern where people tiptoe around particular conversations when they are around me.