“I want a divorce.” Carol finally said the words to Ron. She had had enough. Ron was not going to continue to ignore her issues and dismiss her feelings. She was finally going to be free from his rage. She thought about her coworker David and how he listened to her and comforted her when …
Over the years, my husband and I have learned to navigate times of marital strife. I call tough seasons like those “relationship winters.”
Political issues can be challenging in any relationship, but they’re especially challenging for a married couple. No matter how serious your political differences may be, those differences should never impact your marriage covenant.
Many couples are experiencing marriage burnout because of pressures and daily aggravations related to the pandemic. Some people mistakenly start to think that something is wrong with their marriage.
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Lots of couples can’t cope with the stress of having a child with special needs and they eventually divorce. Here’s some guidance on how to make a marriage strong enough to last.
What could be the impact of sharing intimate details about your spouse without their blessing? And what can you do about it after it happens?
Learn how to avoid an angry marriage by memorizing these six verses and asking God to remind you of them when you’re tempted to lash out at your spouse.
If you’re in a chronically unhappy marriage, you may feel trapped and hopeless. But transformational options exist for those in a stressful marriage.
During the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, various marriage authors and experts shared advice for the new sheltering-at-home transition.