Marriage Communication: Too Much? Too Little?

Last week we touched on the marriage communication point, “Do you REALLY want to know?” This referred to what we say to each other. Do we REALLY want our spouse to be honest with us? If so, we’d better make it safe for them to talk. This week we want Read More…

Why Doesn’t My Husband Address Problems Directly?

Please Note: The following article may not address the frustrations you feel, but it explains some of the feelings your husband may have. We wish we could give your husband the ability to know what YOU’RE feeling and what’s motivating your words and actions. But this article may at least help you Read More…

How Attention Deficit Disorder Could Affect Marriage

“Attention Deficit Disorder is not a disease, and people who have it, are in no way ‘sick.’ It is a difference —a big difference —in the way the brain handles information. While most people think in a one-thing-at-a-time way, the Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) person takes in everything at once. Read More…

Good, Bad Or Just Different?

Those many, many differences that you start to see in your spouse after you marry, can be extremely frustrating! How could he or she be so different from the person you thought he or she was before the wedding? Are those differences good, bad, or just different? Dr Emerson Eggerichs, author Read More…

Working With Differences in Marriage – MM #337

“People have one thing in common: They are all different.” (Robert Zend) Yes, Indeed! And after we marry, we see those differences cause all kinds of problems. The problem is, how do you marry your differences and pull together as husband and wife —to “cleave together” in partnership? Working with differences Read More…