In marriage, it’s very common for you and your spouse to have opposite communication styles. As our differences become more evident, it’s easy for us to misunderstand each other. John and the Smalleys provide some helpful ideas for communicating verbally and nonverbally with your spouse.
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“I feel completely disconnected and alone. I love you and I’m committed to our marriage, but I feel like we’re nothing more than married roommates.”Is this your marriage? Married roommates. Two people — sharing the same house … the same bed. But missing out on what matters most.Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley know the feeling. …
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Give the best gift you’ll ever give, which is what your spouse really wants, and you want to give . . . whether you know it or not.
Do you want to draw closer as a couple in the new year? Try sharing and then setting your goals for the next 12 months together.
The best marriage advice says you can’t fix your spouse. But God specializes in fixing broken things. He cares about your marriage.
Don’t go to be angry. You’ve heard it before. Why is it important? The Bible has much to say about anger and the damage it causes a marriage.
Keeping heartbreaking information from your spouse can cause even more pain. Here are several ways to deal with a past abortion in your marriage.
Every married person knows there’s a learning curve as newlyweds work to become one. For interracial couples, the curve may be steeper.