If you’re not sure that certain friendships are having a positive impact on you, consider the influence these guys have on your marriage. Do they encourage you to love your wife more?
Loving your spouse well might mean giving up certain activities for a season. Those will most likely be good things, but if you feel disconnected, it may be time to examine your weekly schedules.
Marriage requires making room for someone else in your life. To add this relationship to your life requires letting go of some of your other commitments and giving your spouse priority consideration.
Climbing the corporate ladder jeopardized Darin and Jennifer’s marriage, but then a friend suggested that Darin listen to the Focus on the Family radio broadcast. Slowly Darin’s heart was changed.
Americans watched Candace Cameron Bure grow up on the TV sitcom “Full House.” Now, she’s trying to balance a career and raising a family.
Imagine if couples were willing to give up some of the good things in their marriage to let the better things thrive — and if they said goodbye to the activities that take resources from their relationship.
Help your toddler adjust to changing activities and transitions with personal items.
Life doesn’t play out like a sit-com with everything wrapped up in 30 minutes. Ask Kirk and Chelsea Cameron who’ve experienced both TV and real-life relationships.
Grumpy kids? Maybe their attitude is a symptom of an overscheduled life.
Shift jobs and erratic schedules make it difficult to address marriage issues. But there are ways you and your spouse can build a strong relationship.