During those moments when your spouse is acting rude, can you extend grace in spite of how they’re showing up? Can you protect your marriage by not reacting or not engaging in an unkind way?
Over the years, my husband and I have learned to navigate times of marital strife. I call tough seasons like those “relationship winters.”
Two wounded souls discover what it takes to restore a relationship in ruins
As you struggle to hold your marriage together and consider attending a Hope Restored marriage intensive, it might be helpful to think about damage control.
Take some time to learn about the personalities of people around you. The goal is for your family to take the frustration that can come from different personalities and turn it into understanding how different personalities can benefit each other.
Marriage problems vary in complexity, and most problems won’t need the help of a professional counselor to solve. However some situations indicate you should consider guidance from an expert.
Establishing expectations and executing them with love can help you tame a young child’s negative behavior.
Independent thinking doesn’t automatically shut off after the wedding. So when your spouse doesn’t agree with your great idea, how should you negotiate a solution?
If your approach to conflict resolution is going nowhere, you may need a heart change. Resolving conflict positively isn’t as easy as simply deciding to speak gently and humbly. Try these five ideas.
Teach your children to consistently tell the truth.