Sex is a gift God gave to husbands and wives, so why not learn how to enjoy it to the fullest?
Do you want to have better sex with your spouse? Then try becoming a better person.
Learn the characteristics of psychological flexibility and how demonstrating this underrated ability can help strengthen your marriage.
Surprise your spouse with an old-school love letter — and deepen your connection.
While there are many qualities that make a good husband, there are three I’ve discovered in mine.
Have you noticed that your spouse’s personality quirks, which you thought were so cute when you were dating, are driving you nuts now that you’re married? In the early days, it was laughable when she forgot items on her way out of the house or grocery shopped at random. Now you wish she’d just learn …
We need refreshment — physical, mental, spiritual and emotional. We need to pause, check-in with ourselves and our spouse to make sure we take time to restore and replenish our whole being.
When my husband and I were newlyweds, we longed for “couple” friends. After two big moves, we’ve had a little practice at forming friendships. Here are a few things we’ve learned.
Learn how embracing your God-given gender roles in marriage can bring vitality, joy and security into your relationship.
If your spouse decides to change, it’s because he or she found motivation to do so, not because you crafted a compelling argument.