How do you determine what you watch? Whether it's a television show, a film, or a live stage production? I have three principles that help guide my choices.
Have you ever thought about applying for a reality television show? I have. "The Amazing Race" to be exact.
It can be easy to turn our relationship with our spouse into a marriage competition. Here’s why we shouldn’t and how we can resist the desire to.
How can you and I be supportive of our spouse’s career without sacrificing our marriages? Here are three things I’m learning to practice.
Here are 5 ways helping others can improve your marriage.
Good marriages can and do exist. Fixer Upper offers each of us a weekly reminder of three simple qualities all of our marriages need.
A communication sandwich allows you to share what you'd like to see changed in a way that doesn't put your spouse on the defensive. Here's how you can use it.
I learned an important lesson that day. Sometimes loving Ted is as easy as folding his T-shirts a particular way.
Whether it’s helping neighbors move, serving in your church, or babysitting for friends, here are five ways helping others strengthens marriage.
Read about three techniques that Ted and I use to help us score high on the Strength-O-Meter of marriage.
Instead of having a knee-jerk reaction to something your spouse does, take a moment to weigh their motives and assume the best.
When it comes to teamwork in your relationship, which TV couple are you and your significant other most like? Take this fun quiz to find out.
When it comes to keeping your marriage strong, winning is more about your follow through than your strength going in.
If you and your spouse struggle to face the holidays together, here are five ways to navigate the season hand-in-hand.
Being aware as a new couple of the four stages of marital culture shock is a great way to help ease the transition.
Here are some practical actions you can take to learn how to daily love your spouse in the little things.