What do you do when you think your marriage is falling apart? What do you do when you’re starting to see the cracks, and you don’t know what can be repaired? It can be really scary when you’re facing a mountain between you two, so let’s break it down a bit. This is a touchy […]Continue reading
Do opposites attract? HOW do opposites attract? And how in the world do I handle them? February’s episode is all about love and the ups and downs of living with your opposite. This isn’t just opposites attract quotes, but real life application to ensure you thrive.
Oftentimes the biggest struggles in opposite couples is the desire to have the other person view things like you do. When you push for your partner to be/do/think the same as you and that’s not their natural behavior, it can be a slippery slope of disappointment and frustration.Continue reading
Valentine’s Day, ah, the quest for love and romance! Actually, I did a little research and learned a few things about this little holiday. What to write in a post about this holiday? What romantic ideas do I have to share? I can write pages on how awesome my spouse is or how to keep the romance alive, however what keeps […]Continue reading
Ah, looking back…as I’m revitalizing the post, I’m now quickly approaching fifteen years of marriage. How do you build a long-lasting marriage? It’s been so fun having these blog posts to look back on and see what still holds true. And this topic…still stands strong. It’s been fun creating pieces that challenge me in my own […]Continue reading
On the blog “Confessions of a Terrible Husband,” Nick Pavlidis shared about how to have an argument-free marriage. My first inclination is that a marriage without disagreements isn’t a very deep one. However…I then read deeper into it and realized that the issue at hand is not about disagreeing – it’s about the word “argument”.If […]Continue reading