Marriage-Saving Lessons from Couples By: Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW Learn how to avoid divorce from people who went down that path One of the most unexpected sources of good marriage advice? Failed relationships. The couples below—frontline survivors of love’s emotional battlefield—want … Continue reading Marriage-Saving Lessons from Couples
Things do to with your husband – rather than watch TV By: Audrey McClelland Matt and I will be celebrating our 11 year wedding anniversary this June 30th. I’m as crazy for the guy as I was the day I … Continue reading Things do to with your husband
Character Traits to Look for in a Spouse By: Dennis Rainey When you are searching for the person who will join you in building a lifelong marriage, what really matters is character. I am often asked, “What should a single … Continue reading Character Traits to Look for in a Spouse
How Your Husband Defines Romance By: Dennis and Barbara Rainey In order to meet your husband’s need for romance, you must understand that it means something different for him than it does for you. Did you know that your husband—and … Continue reading How Your Husband Defines Romance
Giving Your Spouse the Freedom to Fail By: Dennis and Barbara Rainey Six gifts you can give that remove the pressure to perform. At our house, we have experienced plenty of failures, both great and small. For years, a meal … Continue reading Giving Your Spouse the Freedom to Fail
Romance for Dummies By: Bob Lepine Eleven tips for the romantically challenged. Can you think of the last time that you did something particularly romantic for your spouse? Really? Has it been that long? Here’s the thing about romance: When … Continue reading Romance for Dummies
Strive for Oneness in Your Marriage By Dennis Rainey Marriage is like a three-legged race; these suggestions will help you cross the finish line in first place. Among my precious childhood memories are the family picnics held every summer. I … Continue reading Strive for Oneness in Your Marriage
Get Away with Your Spouse … Is it Important? By: Rob Flood When did you last have time to talk about the important things of life? At our house, we like gadgets … especially gadgets that work for us. Those … Continue reading Get Away with Your Spouse … Is it Important?
Do You Really Need Your Spouse? By: Dennis Rainey True partnerships are cemented by couples who frequently and specifically verbalize their need of one another. I used to think the most difficult words to utter were, “I love you.” As … Continue reading Do You Really Need Your Spouse?
A Great Love Life for Marriages By: Sabrina Beasley McDonald These five steps have personally helped me have enjoyable and satisfying intimacy with my husband. I had no idea how desperate Christian women were to find satisfying physical intimacy until … Continue reading A Great Love Life for Marriages