Together, you and your spouse can face in-law issues and use healthy strategies that will foster peace in your marriage.
What questions should you ask a young man who wants to marry your daughter? Answers to these 12 big, important, overarching questions might hold the key to your daughter’s future happiness.
There’s an old saying about marriage, “you don’t just marry your spouse, you marry the person’s family.” If we’re honest, sometimes learning to get along with in-laws is a big adjustment. John, Erin and Greg share about staying committed while trying to get along with your spouse’s family. Featuring Mrs. Melanie Shankle.
This young couple embraced their first Christmas season together with a sense of adventure. They chose to experience three celebrations.
Living with in-laws can strongly affect your relationship with your spouse, either positively or negatively.
The relationship between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law can be painful, but it doesn’t have to be. The issue often is a lack of trust. This article offers five practical tips for building trust.
Create boundaries while still showing respect.
When pressure to have the perfect holiday builds relationship tension, we need to change our unrealistic expectations. Then we can better appreciate the time spent connecting with family members.
There is no formula for settling Christmas conflicts because they’re highly emotional interactions with the people we care about the most. But knowing what some other couples have done can help.
Couples often have unspoken expectations about the Christmas season — and that’s where the problems begin. Unfortunately, each person might think his or her way of celebrating the holidays is “right.”