Honey, the trash needs to go out, but please don't take it now because I like asking 12 times, said no wife ever! Then why is this so common? Shaunti Feldhahn and Brian Goins explain what's really behind this and how to move a husband to action without nagging.
Does your husband always try to carry the groceries in a single trip? You may be surprised when you learn why he does that. Shaunti Feldhahn and Brian Goins crack open the mystery and explain why he risks breaking all those eggs.
When a husband doesn't deserve respect, should his wife show it anyway? Shaunti Feldhahn describes what many women have discovered by doing just that. This isn't a naive pep talk. It's a presentation of transformational steps wives can take when their husband shows little respectability.
Do you and your husband butt heads over the kids? Are you the disciplinarian while he plays the fun parent? Shaunti Feldhahn gives three tips for dealing with parenting impasses, plus a secret to help your husband see your point of view.
Porn is disgusting, fake, and destructive, right? So how could your husband be tempted by it? Shaunti Feldhahn explains, with brain science and biblical wisdom, that while never excusing the sin, you can play a compassionate role in helping him win the battle.
Does your husband sulk or get angry over the weirdest things? Shaunti Feldhahn explains common mail triggers and what's underneath them. She also provides a "next day rule" that will help you avoid these conflicts altogether.
Wives often think their husbands need sex for only physical reasons. Wrong. Shaunti Feldhahn reveals why having his wife's desire meets a deep emotional need for a husband that will strengthen the bond of marriage and bolster every other area of his life.
Dave Wilson and his wife, Ann, talk about all they've learned from watching the Raineys walk through trials. Dave and Ann also answer Dennis' favorite question: What is the most courageous thing you've ever done?
Dave and Ann Wilson talk to Dennis and Barbara Rainey about what they've learned about marriage through the years. Together they share how Dennis and Barbara have mentored them throughout the seasons of life.
Crawford and Karen Loritts share how they've learned to leverage their distinctive differences to make their marriage stronger. Together they remind us that the goal of marriage is to press into Jesus and accept the differences.
Crawford Loritts and his wife, Karen, reminisce about their courtship and early years of marriage. The Lorittses encourage young couples to link arms with older couples to help them walk through the first years of marriage.
Every couple will have conflict. But it's how they handle that conflict that makes all the difference. Jim Burns explains that fear is often hiding behind our defensiveness. But once you realize your fears, you can face them and handle conflict better.