Your marriage can become a safe place of trust when you and your spouse are managing conflict well. John and Greg explain how you can be a calming voice for your spouse, when he or she is upset.
Pastor Kevin Thompson offers practical advice for maintaining a healthy and happy marriage in a discussion based on his book Happily: 8 Commitments of Couples Who Laugh, Love & Last.
A small misunderstanding can trigger a big argument with your spouse. However, conflict can actually be good for your relationship, if you learn to handle it well. John and Greg share how they’ve learned to deal with conflict in their own marriages.
The work of raising children can make you feel deprived of spending time with your spouse. You might be asking, “How can we have any time for each other?” Greg and John share some simple tips for connecting with your spouse amidst the busyness of raising kids.
Even though you love your spouse, he or she can still get on your last nerve sometimes. The key is knowing how to respond with grace when your spouse bugs you, instead of lashing out in anger. Greg and John share how to look past the little annoyances, so you can build a healthy marriage.
Author Arlene Pellicane offers encouragement and advice to wives in a discussion based on her book 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife.
When you say, “Just relax,” the person you’re talking to hears something quite different: “I’m not taking you seriously.” So they raise the intensity level a notch or two to make sure you do.
Todd Ehman and his wife, Karen, share valuable lessons they’ve learned from working through their relational challenges during their 30+ year marriage, lessons that helped inspire Karen to write her book, Keep Showing Up: How to Stay Crazy in Love When Your Love Drives You Crazy (Part 2 of 2)
Asking your spouse to help you find your personal blind spots can help you grow closer together. Discovering weaknesses and improving them can change your relationship for the better.
Todd Ehman and his wife, Karen, share valuable lessons they’ve learned from working through their relational challenges during their 30+ year marriage, lessons that helped inspire Karen to write her book, Keep Showing Up: How to Stay Crazy in Love When Your Love Drives You Crazy (Part 1 of 2)