Often couples respond to conflict poorly. Emotions flood them and they feel out of control. Here’s how to stop that destructive cycle.
Marriage problems vary in complexity, and most problems won’t need the help of a professional counselor to solve. However some situations indicate you should consider guidance from an expert.
If your marriage is chaotic because of erratic behaviors, there is hope for restoration. An unhealthy marriage where mental illness is present is a result of the disease — not a failed marriage.
Taking care of a loved one without caring for yourself harms your emotional, relational and physical health. These tips will help you develop self-care strategies to strengthen you and your marriage.
We need the encouragement of friends and family — not just when a marriage begins, but to keep it from ending. Our loved ones can make the difference between relationship life and death.
Some telltale signs can help couples identify vulnerabilities to infidelity. Keeping these areas of susceptibility and their antidotes in mind could ward off a potential affair.
Strong emotions don’t have to threaten your marriage. Here’s how to minimize three unhealthy behaviors and the hurt that results from them. These godly principles can help you heal your marriage.
Many couples struggle during critical events that create an emotional crisis. Crises can stress marriages even to the point of divorce. Here’s how to draw closer even during a crisis.
For victims of PTSD and their spouses, there is hope. Treatment and time can help heal the inner injuries of a person battling PTSD and mitigate PTSD’s devastating impact on marriage relationships.
A troubled marriage ignites a rush to find an immediate solution, a quick fix to save the marriage. Instead, you must choose to pursue God and wait on Him, not on your spouse or your circumstances.