Category: General Marriage
Is anyone short of breath yet? But, for those couples who have decided to make a commitment to at least one night a week that is just for the two of them, it’s date night!… Read More
I’m not sure where I first heard the following quote, but it has stuck with me over the years: “We schedule our priorities and prioritize our schedule.”
I know I heard it from my dad when we discussed an excuse I made as a teenager in high school.… Read More
There are so many ways in which we as humans communicate our feelings, needs, desires, and interests to one another.
Through eye contact, body language, touch, inflection, and tone of voice, one can convey a wide variety of things, and just by slightly altering one of those aspects, you could end up communicating something you did not intent on doing, hence where miscommunication comes into play.… Read More
If it’s one of the vows you made to your spouse, it’s just as important as vowing to keep yourself sexually faithful.… Read More
Whether you are controlling, someone is claiming you are but you disagree, or you are being controlled in a relationship, there is something going on that needs to be fixed in your marriage.
No one wants to be controlled, yet everyone’s view point on what ‘controlling’ actually means can differ based on past experience, the specific situation, and thoughts and opinions about what is going on.… Read More
One of the most common reasons for major marital discord is a spouse who feels controlled, disrespected, or dominated by the other.
Interestingly, the dominating spouse often doesn’t believe s/he is being controlling.
No one wants to be treated as a child, especially by the person that is supposed to be our partner…our equal…our mate.… Read More
A study into the long-term success of marriages found that the majority of couples who reported being unhappy following the birth of their first child feel fulfilled a decade on, The Telegraph has reported.… Read More