Humorous Differences: Male and Female – MM #261

The Bible tells us “laughter is as good medicine” —and it is. Laughter actually causes a cleansing within. There are all kinds of medical benefits to laughing. So it’s our aim to possibly put a little medicine into your day today. This is to help you medically and hopefully brighten Read More…

Why Men and Women Act That Way – MM #136

I think it’s pretty safe to assume that there was a time this past week that we did SOMETHING that caused our spouse to either say or think, “Why did he/she DO that?” This begs the question, why do men and women act the way they do? Why is it Read More…

Decoding the Male/Female Language – MM #125

Do you feel like you just can’t understand what your spouse is saying, or thinking? Do you wish that you had a decoding device to translate these mysteries? It would be nice, but even if you did have one, you may find the following to be true: “Even if a Read More…

Accepting Differences in Marriage – MM #110

“The old saying, ‘opposites attract’ is often true. The difficulty is once they marry they drive each other crazy. Our opposites tend to fascinate us because they add variety to life and pull us from our comfortable rut of familiarity. Accepting differences is difficult. “Opposites stretch us beyond ourselves, forcing Read More…

Designed Differently by God? – MM #10

There is a lot of debate on whether or not men and women are designed differently by God. Here is one person’s take on that issue. See if you agree: “Man was made from the ground, so he focuses more on nature. Woman was made from man, which makes her Read More…

CASH CLASH: What’s Below The Surface?

There is an incredible vulnerability that comes when we give another person access to our finances. The reality is they can now hurt us very badly by taking or misusing the information we have given them. This can cause a cash clash. Prior to marriage, many of us had to Read More…

Accepting that Your Spouse is Different Than You Thought

Many of us struggle in marriage when we eventually “discover” negative things about our spouse we never knew before. How we wish we would have known these things before marrying! How could we have been so “blinded” by what we thought to be true love? It is difficult to accept Read More…