Remember you are a couple first and parents second. (Don’t let the kids have all the fun!) Here are a few tips to help you have a great couple’s Christmas.
Connecting with your Spouse
Autism support usually focuses on children, but autistic adults need support too. Here’s what you need to know about autism in marriage.
Marriages may suffer as caring for aging parents demands their ongoing attention. However, good communication and planning can help ease the transition.
Where you are and what you do are simply factors in the equation, but they are not the summation of a good time. Stop looking for fun in your marriage and start creating it!
Having a happier marriage may be easier than you think. You can do little things to add joy to your union. Here are inspiring stories written by couples on how they made their marriage happier.
The difference between a ho-hum marriage and a dream marriage during the parenting years may take less than five minutes a day. Even as a busy parent, you can manage that.
The goal of a great marriage conversation is to affirm what your spouse is doing right, to exchange ideas and to offer suggestions for the future. Use these questions to get that process started.
This season, make sure you connect with your spouse so that you don’t get “wrapped up‚” in busyness. Here are some ways to bring you and your spouse together to celebrate Advent in a meaningful way.
What do you do when one spouse feels passionate about adoption but the other doesn’t?
Is your spouse the same person you married? Your spouse keeps changing in preferences and interests. To stay current, study your spouse to understand, serve and love him or her better each day.