Many couples are experiencing marriage burnout because of pressures and daily aggravations related to the pandemic. Some people mistakenly start to think that something is wrong with their marriage.
Your child’s life may not be going the way they want it to. They may have even gone through something horrible and tragic. Let them know God is the Author of great comebacks. He has an awesome one specially designed for them!
If you’re in a chronically unhappy marriage, you may feel trapped and hopeless. But transformational options exist for those in a stressful marriage.
Your spouse is the one person with whom you can be truly honest and still feel seen and cared for. What do you do when your spouse is overwhelmed?
Resilience isn’t merely surviving. And it’s not about denying the depth of pain and its ongoing impact. Instead, it’s about learning from and growing through adversity — about becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable.
One of our goals as parents must be to manage our own thought bubbles so that we can be a model for our kids.
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?
Be aware of your own feelings. Notice when you are annoyed or overwhelmed and are becoming angry. Once you are aware, choose to take a break and deal with your emotions before you try to deal with your child’s emotions.
Being quarantined together doesn’t help some couples grow closer. The added strain makes existing problems worse.
Divorce rates in China have increased since the coronavirus lockdown was relaxed. Will America see a rise in divorce rates as well? What is the real story?