Instead of having a knee-jerk reaction to something your spouse does, take a moment to weigh their motives and assume the best.
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.
Will you choose to change together? Getting on the same page ... literally ... helps you do that.
Thoughts on navigating the seven-year itch.
Why my role as a wife takes priority over my role as a mother.
Why I'm now willing and able to massage my marriage. Literally.
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.
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 5 ways helping others can improve your marriage.
Do you and your spouse have any common enemies? Ted and I do. You see, we've observed that common enemies have a way of uniting people, including husbands and wives. Today I'm over at Managing Your Blessings talking about "The Uniting Power...
Here are five great ways couples can better embrace marriage as a team.
In our dozen years of matrimony, we've been intentional to fill our relational toolbox with marriage-building, "team us"-strengthening tools.
What's one way you can overlook your spouse's flaws? It all has to do with focus.
I learned an important lesson that day. Sometimes loving Ted is as easy as folding his T-shirts a particular way.
Not only are weeknight dates best for our calendar, I've come to prefer them. Here are four reasons why.
What do marriage, holidays, and being brave have in common? Well, this week I happen to have written about all three.
Have you ever thought about applying for a reality television show? I have. "The Amazing Race" to be exact.