Many of us play the “What if” game and don’t realize how dangerous is it can be. I have at least three readers who are going to think I’m writing this post for them based on questions they’ve asked recently. The truth is, I had
Can you believe the year of marriage challenges is over? I hardly can. So, I bet a lot of people are wondering “What’s next?” and some more want to know “Where can I get a list of all the challenges?”
My family and I are away for the weekend for my baby sister’s wedding. Last night was the rehearsal and my other sister asked “So, is your speech ready?” Well, this was the first I’d heard of a speech, so naturally I said it wasn’t.
Well, here we are with the final challenge for our year of marriage challenges. To finish it off, my last challenge is to have sex seven days in a row! So, why would you want to do this?
Wow, two weeks left in our year of marriage challenges! If you’re just joining us, don’t worry, we’ll be releasing them all as a resource later on. During the year I’ve challenged you to have sex: In the bathroom In the kitchen In the living
Sometimes marriage is like a rollercoaster. This is especially the case during people when you are growing. When dealing with big changes, like children, or trying to learn communication, dealing with porn or adultery, or when the marriage is unbalanced by only one spouse working
Is your marriage your primary relationship in life? I mean, besides God. I know, that sounds a bit glib, as if I’m tacking God on as an after thought, but I’m not. I just want to focus on human relationships (and yes, I believe Jesus
As many of my readers know, I recently took a new job. The work is fantastic. The pay is more than adequate. I’m respected, and I feel, and am told, that I’m a real asset to the company. Not only that, but it gives me
Resentment is a dangerous feeling. I see it in marriages nearly every day. A spouse has done something years ago, and it was never dealt with, or never adequately resolved. Perhaps there was no apology, or maybe no forgiveness given. Either way, resentment grows. There
This post is mostly me thinking aloud. I’m exploring a thought, something I’ve noticed in my own marriage and others. Many marriage experts, counselors, therapists, etc. will tell you that people need time to decompress between work and home life. They need time to shift
I received this question from our Have A Question page this weekend: My husband and I have been married almost a year. About 4 months ago he came home from work and started to look up a porn site. He hadn’t done this since we