By general definition, codependency is an adaptive coping mechanism used compulsively by those trying to find personal worth and value by meeting perceived needs of others.
If you want your kids to stop whining, teasing and bickering, you need to better understand what your kids’ words say about their hearts.
Do you get the after-holiday “blahs”? Here are some ideas to help you get back to feeling like your normal self.
Ladies, do you find yourself being snarky to your husband way too often? I’ve done that — and worse. If I could go back and sit down with my newly married self, here’s what I would tell her.
Because the health of marriage is ultimately determined by individual health, we need to be diligent about emotional, mental, physical and spiritual fitness.
If we want our faith in God to increase, we must increase our knowledge of God and His ways. This couple’s devotion will help you encourage your spouse to build and increase his or her faith.
When you quit making small adjustments in your relationship, you head toward serious trouble. But small changes can become powerful tools for moving a couple back toward caring, closeness and healing.
Enjoy using these creative ways to integrate exercise into your and your children’s daily routines.
Find fitness solutions that seamlessly fit into everyday family life!
One of the most sacred times in a marriage relationship is from the time that you and your spouse get into bed until you fall asleep. You can be intentional with this time at the end of each day.