When you have problems with your marriage, you might reach out to friends, who bring value that a professional can’t. But when should you get professional help?
Create a heart-to-heart connection, even when your man is reluctant.
Researchers found that it’s important for couples to share the load of doing the dishes. Here’s my takeaway: Women who had a husband who helped with washing dishes were happier in their marriage.
We can’t shield our kids from hearing about mass shootings and violence against innocents. But how should you talk to them?
Once conflict begins, it’s hard to defuse. Before you can begin to talk over the conflict like reasonable, loving adults, you have to pry your closed hearts open again.
I have a great conversation tool I’ve used for 25 years. Throughout your day, record things to share with your wife. Making notes is a simple act that’s the basis for what I call “couple talk times.”
One man accepts the challenge to be perfectly honest for a year. He failed many times; however, his wife prefers the man of integrity that he has become through the efforts of being more edifying.
In marriage and other relationships, words are powerful. Search for those words that will carry beauty into your home and your heart.
Although Facebook can be fun, it’s not always the best thing for a marriage. When you get wrapped up in your online social life, even innocent interactions can divert your time and attention.
People who have been staunchly committed to faith and family fall into trouble when they don’t grow with their spouse. We need to continually “update” our knowledge about our husband or wife.