If you were to ask your kids what you do well as a couple, what would they say? Better yet, what do you hope they'd say?
Your wedding is the ideal opportunity to not only commit to your new spouse, but to making the changes necessary to help your relationship succeed. And this may require including the Grim Reaper on the guest list.
I learned that if it hadn't been for the encouragement of Margaret Mitchell's husband, the book "Gone with the Wind" may never have seen the light of day.
What if in marriage we stopped running from conflict and instead started viewing it as an adventure?
If change is inevitable, how can we better embrace it in our husbands and ultimately in our marriages?
Read my husband Ted's thoughts on opposite-sex friendships in marriage.
Are your close friends male or female? If you’re a husband, my hope is that you said, “male.” And if you’re a wife like me, I hope you answered “female.”
Here are 5 ways helping others can improve your marriage.
Conflict in marriage doesn't need to feel hopeless. Here are ways you can work through it together and come out stronger.
If you and your spouse are currently facing stressful decisions, here are three team-building strategies you can practice.
What's one way you can overlook your spouse's flaws? It all has to do with focus.
If you and your spouse are struggling to be a united team, here are five strategies you can put into practice for a stronger marriage.
Why I'm now willing and able to massage my marriage. Literally.
If you and your husband are currently grieving differently and you’re frustrated or discouraged by it, find out three things that helped us.
I found myself reflecting, for perhaps the five-hundredth time, on the lyrics to this unusual choir's song, "Fixer Upper." And I came to the same conclusion that I have in the past.
Is it harmless for husbands and wives to have secret married crushes? While some experts say yes, I have a different opinion.
Have you belled the cat in your marriage?
Maybe like Alexander, you’ve had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day recently. Maybe it’s left you grumpy with your spouse too. If so, why not choose to be brave today?
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