Attending FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember® early in our marriage gave us the tools we needed to build a healthy and sustainable union.
There is no way to avoid conflict in your marriage. The question is: How will you deal with it?
The goal of a balanced communicator is to properly manage and express both thoughts and emotions.
Marriage offers a tremendous opportunity to do something about our tendency to go our own way.
It seemed like the 1948th time we’d had the same exchange. But the solution this time was different.
Don’t let little issues grow into resentment and isolation.
The next time you and your spouse find yourselves in a “discussion,” follow these steps for resolving relational conflicts in marriage.
It’s nearly impossible to connect your life to another and not have significant disagreements. These ideas will help you direct your conflicts in a positive way.
When I was a freshman in college—back when I was skinny and long-haired and pretty inexperienced when it came to relationships—I met a girl named Nancy. We sat together five…
Because God is faithful, powerful, and willing, you can be realistic and hopeful about your marriage at the very same time.
Help in evaluating the emotional health of your marriage.
One of the most important principles for resolving conflicts or differences in relationships is overlooking an offense.
When did our culture decide that marriage was supposed to be light and fluffy?
Practical suggestions that any married couple could apply—no matter how healthy your relationship.
Here are three principles that can help you address the issues that keep popping up to disrupt your marriage relationship.
What could be closer than your own home, and who could be closer than your own spouse.
Once we understood each other’s dreams, and once we each realized what the other person was valuing, our attitudes changed.