Can Marriage Survive When the Unthinkable Happens?

Today's post from Intimacy in Marriage is real, and raw, and a gruelingly painful description of a marriage fighting to survive the death of...

How Misunderstanding “Submission” Can Kill Your Marriage

Sheila at To Love, Honor, and Vacuum is one of my favorite marriage bloggers out there, and today's post illustrates why. What starts as...
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My Spouse Watches Porn: Now What?

Today's post involves a wife asking Juli Slattery @ Authentic Intimacy what she should do after catching her husband viewing pornography. A thought up front:...

How to Protect Your Marriage from Temptation

Today's post from our long-time friends at America's Family Coaches is a great reminder that steering a marriage away from temptation takes intentionality. Which...

Don’t Be the Bubble-Buster in Your Marriage

Today's post comes from new Friend of the Newsletter ™ Gary Thomas. Gary is a well-known author and speaker about marriage and when you...

The 1 Emotional Skill Most Needed in Your Marriage

Today's post from our friends at Connected Marriage. In addition to marriage advice, they also provide certification to become a marriage mentor. Check out...

5 Ways Being a Submissive Wife Changed My Marriage

As you probably know, when it comes to the theology of marriage - and specifically the Biblical roles of a husband and wife -...

How to Stop Being a Control Freak

This is an article from our friends over at America's Family Coaches. Check out the great work they're doing. Q: I like to have control...

3 Steps Toward Restoring Trust in Your Marriage

Fear and love are enemies. Nowhere do we see this clearer than when betrayal has torn a connection apart, and two hurting people are...

1 Hard Habit That Will Transform Your Marriage

If we want transformed lives and a transformed marriage, we need to confess our sins to each other regularly. Confession is simply an honest,...

Are You a Safe Person for Your Spouse?

The reality is that many couples don’t really feel safe, especially emotionally safe, inside of the relationship. When we don’t feel safe, we react...

5 Tips for Building Trust in a Marriage

Kristen and I said “I do” to each other on September 15, 2001. At the time, Kristen was 31, and I was 28, and...