As America battles its way through the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus, new realities are emerging for couples. This pandemic hasn’t been easy to navigate. It doesn’t tiptoe around our lives.
Are you newly married or about to be? Here are seven ways you can prepare for all the changes that come after you walk down the aisle.
Shaping that foundation is critical, here are two helpful questions we should ask ourselves before a relationship spontaneously begins to grow.
Dr. Henry Cloud looks at some of the biggest causes of “date diseases” that take women places where they don’t want to go in relationships.
Being single is actually a gift, if you treat it as such. It gives you the opportunity to do some things that would become more difficult after marriage, and properly prepare for marriage – if that's your goal.
How unattainable standards can effect your marriage and what you can do to change them.
A FamilyLife staff member offers six ways husbands can be godly in their role.
Conflict begets conflict, and that's why every couple's focus should be on preventing conflict before it ever begins. Talk to each other, encourage and thank each other, and let grace abound.
Learn to understand and resolve the most common disagreements in your marriage.
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