Like a car's check engine light, your marriage has some "warning lights" to indicate that something is not working properly. What do you do when the check engine light comes on in your car? (Click on the title to read the full post.)
Recently, I’ve been reflecting on the word, recalibrate. As part of that, I’m considering its application in marriage. (Click on the title to read more.)
Sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me. Did you speak that as a child? I did. At the time, I used it as a way of dealing with something bad said about me and I believed it was true. Of course, now I know it is a lie. Words do hurt! And, the tone of words do even more damage, especially in marriage. (Click on the title to read more.)
During the COVID-19 pandemic, our movement has been significantly restricted, and we have had to take extra safety precautions. The same can happen over time in marriage. One or both spouses can restrict movement of the other and/or take protective measures to keep from getting hurt. Both cause distance in marriage and negatively impact marriage health. (Click on the title to read more.)
Do you compliment or complain more in your marriage?
How you treat your spouse has a significant impact not only on how he or she feels, but also on the health of your marriage. (Click on the title to read more.)