The mission of marriage isn't rocket science. Just help each other chase dreams.
There’s a strategy I’ve been endorsing for years. It’s for husbands (and wives) to literally make a list of things your spouse likes. Not huge, extravagant, budget-breaking trips or gifts. Small things. Things you can share with each other on a weekly or daily basis. Let me explain. […]
It's great to get active as a couple. That said, it's also great to take life down a notch, slow down, or stop and smell the roses. Jay shares 11 ideas to strengthen your marriage this summer.
Having a healthy marriage and family takes work. Clarence Shuler shares 3 foundation builders for a healthy marriage and family.
A couple exactly your age is sitting at a table in a kitchen that looks a lot like your kitchen. She’s talking. He’s listening. Except that really he’s not. In many ways, it looks like he’s listening. He actually was for a while. The topic of the conversation wasn’t a topic in which he [...]
Do you really know how to connect with your spouse? Often in the busyness and with kids, it's difficult. Jay Payleitner shares how to connect even when you have kids.
Are you or someone you know thinking about divorce? Brad Rhoads shares 3 secrets to consider before thinking about divorce.
Romance is a daily goal. Sex is not. As a matter of fact, couples should intentionally share romantic words and gestures that don’t lead to the bedroom. It’s a good practice for the forever relationship of married life. Here’s the big idea. On one particular day in the not-too-distant future, sex will not be [...]
To take your marriage to the next level or to heal a marriage that is hurting, a good place to start is with your attitude, beliefs, and expectations. Now, did you hear what I said? I said YOUR attitude, beliefs, and expectations—not your spouse’s. Let me suggest something I did to turn my marriage [...]
In more than two decades of marriage, I’ve done my share of offensive, stupid, rude, and sinful things that have negatively affected my wife. I’m not proud of them. Looking back, I can see some things that I learned about how to recover from these blunders which might be helpful if you ever offend [...]