Break rooms aren't just for television or real-world offices, though. Ted and I have one in our marriage. Although it's not the kind with a coffee maker or refrigerator.
Indulging in the shared activity of "saying goodnight together" has been a simple, yet highly effective way to unite us at the end of the day.
Here are 5 lessons Downton Abbey has taught us over the years on marriage.
Is there a piece of relationship advice that really gets under your skin? Here's my #1 pick.
What is Hugh Jackman's top advice for husbands and wives? And how should it affect us as Christians?
There's an important shift newly married couples need to make and it involves their concept of "family."
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.
What if in marriage we stopped running from conflict and instead started viewing it as an adventure?
Instead of having a knee-jerk reaction to something your spouse does, take a moment to weigh their motives and assume the best.
Have you ever thought about applying for a reality television show? I have. "The Amazing Race" to be exact.
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.”
Thoughts on navigating the seven-year itch.
Every year in December, there are moments when I feel like my husband Ted is a regular Grinch compared to my Buddy the Elf.
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.
What's one way you can overlook your spouse's flaws? It all has to do with focus.
No one is immune to developing a crush. If you are struggling with a married crush, here are 3 steps to starving it quickly.
We’re sharing five practical ways you and your spouse can stop your differences from dividing you.
HGTV'S show "Fixer Upper" offers each of us a weekly reminder of three simple qualities all of our marriages need.
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Ashleigh Slater