Ever wondered why your love life feels like a real-life drama? It’s because your attachment style is shaping your romantic relationship.
There’s no one right way to get your finances under control, but there are certain principles couples need to follow to reach freedom.
The health of a marriage is determined by individual health, so we need to care for our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual fitness.
Halt the unhealthy communication patterns that hurt your relationship and replace them with healthy ones to strengthen your marriage.
Research shows that people in traditional nuclear families with a married couple, do better in economic, educational and health outcomes.
“In 2013 it seemed like all of my colleagues were using Tinder – it was new, exciting, and was changing society before our eyes,” writes Aaron Johnstone.
Comedian Dustin Nickerson describes himself as the “the world’s most average person”. Here he challenges one-size-fits-all marriage advice.
Even when we hear God’s voice, things can still go wrong. The interaction of God’s revelation with our fallen humanity means there are few solid rules.
Lorrene McClymont shares some thoughts on strengthening your relationship with your partner when you become empty nesters.
In the area of romance and marriage it’s so important we take a step back and bridge the expectation gap. Here are a few tips that’ll help us do just that.