You can find volumes on romance, intimacy and passion in marriage — not much on being good friends as husband and wife. But couples can ignite their love life by boosting the quality of their friendship.
Connecting with Your Spouse
Whether you are searching, dating, engaged, or newly married, there are some truths you need to know about your future or current spouse.
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!
Few things prepare your children for success more than growing up with a mom and dad who thoroughly enjoy each other. They need you and your spouse to be great parents and great lovers.
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.
Couples who have stood the test of time have developed relationship glue — big and small acts of kindness, respect, and thoughtfulness extended to one another on a consistent basis.
If we are not diligent to date our mate, the business and busyness of life can infringe until we spend less time together now that we are married than we did before our vows.
As husbands, our call to adventure takes place the day we stand at the altar with our bride in front of friends and family.
Enjoying life and laughing together again as a couple is important after experiencing a hard season together. Here’s how to have fun again.
Relationship rituals strengthen a marriage if they’re meaningful to both spouses. Check out these ideas to build connection in your marriage.