Set aside some time to do five important things for your marriage in the week ahead.
Regularly take the time to consider the season of your marriage. A few years ago, when my wife and I dropped off our youngest daughter to begin her college career, we were officially empty nesters. It was a significant milestone. I realized a few months beforehand, as Jenni and I talked about it, that this change
What are you willing to say “no” to in order to say “yes” to a better, more intimate, more passionate marriage? Most couples realize that regular time alone together away from kids and daily life is important for the strength and longevity of their marriage. Yet, if my date night survey is representative, half of
Leftovers: good for Thanksgiving; bad for your marriage. Today I’m continuing my series on how to keep your marriage strong for the long haul with a discussion about priorities. (You might want to catch up on parts one, Keeping Strong for the Long Haul, and two, Asking Different Questions.) Today’s Choices Affect Tomorrow It’s incredible how
In times of stress, maintaining your connection is always the best choice. After abandoning the post I repeatedly tried to write last week, I put out a call for topics on my FaceBook Page. What came back was a request for something close to the very topic I had abandoned – how to stay connected