It’s time to start gradually getting back to normal. What are your and your spouse’s expectations for this next stage? And how do you readjust — yet again?
Kind words are important to our marriage. We can use words that encourage our spouse or we can use words that hurt them. Which words will you choose?
As we head into summer, it’s a great time to reflect on your wedding day, how you felt, what it meant and why you would still say “I do.”
The words we use can be a key factor in building trust. Recognize their power for change, and they become powerful tools in your relationship.
Your marriage needs commitment. Especially a commitment to time with your spouse. Make the most of the little moments and watch your marriage grow.
Many couples are dealing with difficult issues caused by the coronavirus. But it’s possible to build a stronger marriage by adopting new habits.
Uncover the lie that distorts true marital unity
Do you need new ways of handling disagreements with your spouse?
It’s never easy to manage conflict in a marriage. The coronavirus has added even more challenges. Learn how to work through the conflict.
Family finances are taking a hit during the COVID-19 crisis. If you and your spouse are facing financial changes, here are five tips to help.