This week is National Marriage Week, with Valentine’s Day in the midst of it. It’s a great time to pause, take a breath, and do two things – celebrate marriage itself and Bless your wife.
Strengthening Your Marriage
Over the years, my husband and I have learned to navigate times of marital strife. I call tough seasons like those “relationship winters.”
Two things bring a chill to the Thanksgiving holiday: an unexpected blizzard and an invitation to the annual family dinner. While you may spend a few days digging out from the snowfall, the fallout from a family get-together can last several years. So, if you find yourself heading over the river and through the woods …
If you find yourself married to your opposite, rejoice! You have access to a whole new set of skills and strengths that can make life a whole lot more well-rounded.
Join the Perfect 10 Marriage Event from Focus on the Family! Saturday, October 10, 8:30 p.m. EST. Premieres on YouTube.
The number of people pursuing divorce was 34 percent higher during the period of March through June 2020 compared to the same time the previous year. But by following eight straightforward guidelines, most marriages can thrive.
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.
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.
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.