I have noticed a recurring pattern where people tiptoe around particular conversations when they are around me.
Dealing with Differences
Working through our differences makes our marriage stronger
Ask the Lord to give you empathy for your mother, to help you understand, and to show you how you can love and support her in her struggles.
When one spouse wants to pursue their dream, but the other disagrees, what can they do? You can help them find a win-win solution.
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.
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.
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.
Learn the characteristics of psychological flexibility and how demonstrating this underrated ability can help strengthen your marriage.
After being married for a while, your spouse’s patterns can turn from cute quirks to annoying habits. Figuring out how to cope so that you don’t become highly critical of your spouse is important.
If you find yourself married to your opposite, rejoice! You have access to a whole new set of skills and strengths that can make life a whole lot more well-rounded.