When working together as a team, wives and husbands should recognize each other's strengths and areas where growth is necessary. Help and support each other without pinpointing faults or complaining.
As we dig deeper into our study of gender roles, Lois and I want to show that men and women need each other.
At Fearless Marriage we strongly believe in marriages and relationships. We want to inspire husbands and wives to love each other completely and unreservedly.
Many of the problems in marriage start with gender differences. But these differences are actually a good thing. Here's why.
Understand that the roles and values each spouse brings to a relationship makes them work as a team.
Understanding the traits that work with your spouse's gender is critical to a healthy marriage. Here are three reasons why:
Enrich your marriage by using your gender-specific differences to complete each other, not compete with each other.
Couples intent on rebuilding their marriage need to identify the REAL problem that often hides beneath the surface. Here's how.