The “Mythical Mate” You Married

Here’s an all too familiar scenario: You “fell in love” with your spouse before marrying and then AFTER marrying, you look at him or her and think, “Who IS this person?” He or she is totally different from the person you thought you married. You wonder is this a mythical Read More…

Myths VS Truth Concerning Marriage – MM #306

“Do you swear to speak the whole truth, and nothing by the truth, so help you God?” That’s an oath used here in the United States that is asked to those who are going to give a testimony in a court of law. We’d like to ask you a similar question, Read More…

Replacing Unhealthy Thoughts

One thing Steve and I realized soon after the wedding is that we both dragged a lot of emotional baggage into our marriage. (And it was not the healthy kind.) Everyone accumulates some type of emotional baggage. Life is messy. But ours —particularly mine, was pretty toxic. It’s difficult to Read More…

Myths We Believe About Ourselves and Marriage

The following are falsehoods we can all fall into, which can hurt our marriages if we embrace them. These are myths we believe. On the other hand, embracing God’s Truth can be freeing and help us personally and our marital relationships. Myths We Believe 1. Myth: I must control circumstances Read More…

The Top Ten Myths Of Divorce

1. Half of all marriages end in divorce. That may have been the case several decades ago, but the divorce rate has been dropping since the early 1980s. If today’s divorce rate continues unchanged, the chances that a marriage contracted this year will end in divorce has been estimated to Read More…