Marriage takes two, but for a marriage to succeed, both spouses need to practice emotional self-care. Here’s how to start.
When wedding plans suddenly change, heartbreak and disappointment can surface quickly. Here are four ways to process through the letdown.
Sadly, pornography is harming many marriages today. And it’s not just men who are struggling; many women are too. John and Greg offer hope to those caught within pornography’s snare.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talks about the $2 trillion stimulus package passed in the Senate to provide emergency relief funding during the coronavirus outbreak. Then, in a discussion based on her book The Argument-Free Marriage, Fawn Weaver explains how you can reduce conflict with your spouse by making small, intentional changes, timing your discussions, …
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.
As a general rule, couples who share the household duties are happier. So if your marriage needs a pick-me-up, pick up a broom and divide and conquer!
In times of crisis and change, anxiety can creep in and try to take hold of your marriage. However, many options lay before you to combat worry and stress.
As a husband, you play a special role in loving your wife. Your marriage can thrive when you choose to love her in a God-honoring way. Greg and John describe how they’ve learned to show love to their wives.
As more people are quarantined because of the coronavirus pandemic, authorities expect the number of domestic violence incidents to increase. Here’s what you can do.
Whenever we experience loss, we become vulnerable to getting stuck in the grief process. We need to grieve to restore balance. A husband or wife can provide healing for a grieving spouse.