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 do Darth Vader and Saul-turned-Paul have to do with your marriage and your spouse?
Have you ever thought about applying for a reality television show? I have. "The Amazing Race" to be exact.
Have travel planned this spring? Consider packing these 5 marriage survival tips.
There's an important shift newly married couples need to make and it involves their concept of "family."
How about the next time you suspect your spouse may be sensing God’s direction, you decide to take a leap of faith and say, “Okay!”
Does absence really make the heart grow fonder? Or is it something else?
If you could go back in time, what helpful advice would you give your newlywed self?
I anticipated I'd have to change in marriage. But even so, there was one thing I was certain wouldn't change.
What do marriage, holidays, and being brave have in common? Well, this week I happen to have written about all three.
Read about three techniques that Ted and I use to help us score high on the Strength-O-Meter of marriage.
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?
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.
What Paris, sushi, and change have to do with marriage.
Each year in December, there are moments when I feel like Ted is a regular Grinch compared to my Buddy the Elf. But this year a Fraser Fir changed that.