The empty nest years don’t have to be filled with longing for the good ol’ days with the kids. By adding some effort, the two of you can thrive together.
Fun in Marriage
Need a new idea for a date with your spouse? Try these three special suggestions for a great time together.
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!
Laughter was natural when you were newly married. But sometimes you have to work a bit harder at laughing together. If you want to put the laughter back in your marriage, we have some ideas for you.
Getting away is essential because of the daily busyness of life, the stress of work and the numerous other things that pull at time away from each other as husband and wife.
If you’re looking for a vacation that offers adventure, fun and excitement with plenty of good fellowship, delicious food and interesting places to visit, consider cruising as a couple.
Laughter helps us avoid taking ourselves too seriously and is a great stress reducer. If your marriage is anything like Mark and Debbie Gungor’s, it has its fair share of stress.
In the business of life, couples in blended families often stop connecting through shared leisure time. They simply spend their time on other things. But, wise remarried couples recognize the importance of leisure, and they maximize their fun-factor.
Laughter bonds people. Any good friend will tell you that laughter is the shortest distance between two people — especially in marriage.
Laughter is good medicine, having an important physiological effect on you and your soul mate.