While you and your spouse cannot trade places, showing empathy to each other can go a long way toward strengthening your relationship. John and Greg discuss how to show empathy, even when there is tension in your relationship. Featuring Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley.
Navigating difficult decisions as a couple
Have you ever heard your mate say something, only to ask her about it later and she says, “What? That’s not what I meant!” Sometimes, what we mean to say and what our spouse hears can be two completely different things. John, Greg and Erin share a powerful tool to help improve your marriage communication. …
How does the word “conflict,” make you feel? Like it or not, it will be part of your marriage. The key is in how you deal with it when it comes. Greg, Erin and John discuss five styles of conflict and share which ones they identify with the most. Featuring Mrs. Debra Fileta.
Carey Casey shares an inspiring message about racial unity and Christian love, and discusses the legacy passed on to him by his father and grandfather.
I felt no compassion or motivation to heal our marriage or protect it from divorce. That’s how bad our more than 10-year relationship had become. Yet we did make it. We’re living a marriage that not only measures up to our wedding-day dreams but also surpasses them.
Boundaries are more important than you may realize. Here’s how to establish limits that will help your children succeed.
Sometimes, it’s good to reflect on why you married your spouse. To help you do that, John and Erin discuss the benefits of remembering how you fell in love. Featuring Mrs. Melanie Shankle.
You married someone who’s very different from you! It’s part of God’s design. While your differences can be a lot of fun, they can also create a lot of tension. John talks to Erin about ways that a couple can have fun with their differences. Featuring Mrs. Melanie Shankle.
You can step onto the down escalator, stop fighting, and return to the issue level, or you can keep moving up to a third level of emotion.