When you have sex with someone you’re not married to, you are tossing the gift of your body and purity away. Guilt, shame and regret are the results of this union-not love and not happiness.
Incorporate touching into the way you communicate love to your spouse. Caress her cheek with your hands, run your hands through her hair, hold his hand, or touch his neck.
Caused a negative response by something you said? Use words of affirmation to produce positive feelings.
Navigate the bumps in your marriage smoothly. Remember that you are not against each other but on the same side.
Has your view of Valentine's Day changed over time? Do you have different thoughts about it now than when you were dating your spouse? Share your comments below.
As the month of February has officially begun, so has the pressure to buy something for the person you love. In two week's time, the holiday celebrating love will be upon us. Is it love that is really celebrated on this day or is it more of a commercialized love that's being celebrated? It is... Continue Reading →
You and your spouse may have different forms of kissing. Perhaps you may give a small peck on the lips, a long kiss, or something more unique and passionate. Kissing is one of the ways to bond with your spouse. Not only in one way but in several! Since our lips are filled with sensory... Continue Reading →
While sex should be viewed as an intimate bond between husband and wife, it should never be used as a prize or viewed as a game. Withholding sex from your spouse doesn't bring on positive feelings. Instead, it increases feelings of resentment, anger, and negativity. That doesn't sound like a recipe for a positive marriage,... Continue Reading →
Don't let small annoyances sit and fester. The longer they sit, the uglier they look. Handle small annoyances right away.
Before the new year hits, my husband and I take a few minutes to set a marriage goal for the new year. People do this all the time with personal goals and even financial goals, so why not set a marriage goal? We just simply reflect on our marriage during that year and see what... Continue Reading →
Doesn’t it seem that God is being left out in the giving of thanks? I hear people say they are thankful for many things, but thankful to whom? As we approach Thanksgiving reflect on how God, in multiple ways, has blessed you. Even the very air we breathe is a gift from God. Be thankful... Continue Reading →
Ever played on a team for a particular sport? What would happen if you went to the opposing team and told them about the bad moves your teammates had? How would your teammates feel about you being on the team when they’ve learned what you’ve done? If you’ve read any of my previous articles, you... Continue Reading →