The empty nest years don’t have to be filled with longing for the good ol’ days with the kids. By adding some effort, the two of you can thrive together.
Strengthening Your Marriage
If you put off planning for your future marriage until after the honeymoon, you’ll miss valuable time getting to know the one you’ve chosen to partner with for the rest of your life. Here are some questions to discuss that will hopefully help your journey.
While remembering birthdays, anniversaries and Mother’s Day is important, if you want to show love to your wife, learn to help her with the little things.
If you don’t have anyone to watch your baby when on a romantic date with each other, don’t give up — all you need is a little creativity and intentionality.
Extra time together can be extra stressful if you’re not used to spending extended time with your spouse. What can you do to take care for yourself and help your marriage?
It’s helpful to have a good sense of humor and lots of forgiveness. It’s also good to help autistic parents understand that challenges are part of normal life. In the end, collaboration between the neurotypical and autistic parent can make parenting success possible!
Though you may be social distancing or “quarantined” at home, you and your spouse can still celebrate Easter in meaningful ways.
Marriage takes two, but for a marriage to succeed, both spouses need to practice emotional self-care. Here’s how to start.
Are the coronavirus, quarantines and uncertainties putting a strain on your marriage? Here are ways to fight the fear and grow closer to your spouse.
Travel is tough on a marriage. But with a bit of planning, you and your spouse can stay connected when one of you is away from home.