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:
Couples intent on rebuilding their marriage need to identify the REAL problem that often hides beneath the surface. Here's how.
Read about some of the couples in the Bible: Abraham/Sarah, David/Bathsheba, Ahab/Jezebel or Mary/Joseph and compare the various relationships. What positive traits were present in the marriages that held better relationships between husband and wife? What negative traits were present that negatively impact the relationships? Do you see any of these same traits in your... Continue Reading →
Read 2 verses of 1 Corinthians 13 each evening this week and discuss how this scripture can be applied to improve your marriage.
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Praying together means that both of your hearts are open to bare. This special time creates a bond between spouses that positively impacts their marriage. Read: 6 Small Habits that have a Big Impact on Marriage
We've all made mistakes in one way or another. Accept the responsibility for your actions and apologize to your spouse. Recognizing that we're all flawed in some way puts us on the path towards forgiveness and healing.
Sweeping your true feelings under the rug does not mean that a situation is resolved. At some point, your feelings will resurface and has the potential to cause some damage to your relationship. Take a look at our Move Past the Past article.
Many things in our world and country are coming to a standstill. But that doesn't mean that your marriage needs to!
It's hard to move on from past hurts. Here are some tips that can help: 1. Express your feelings of pain or take responsibility for your actions if you are at fault 2. Make the choice to move forward and come up with a plan that minimizes the chance of the situation reoccurring 3. Forgive... Continue Reading →