Simple Yet Difficult Marriage Insights

As we strive to give you marriage insights every week that you can use, we realize that each insight can look simple to give. And yet they are difficult to do. It’s difficult to do that, which you know you should do. We get that. We live that. (The apostle Read More…

3 Simple Marriage Reminders

Sometimes it’s the stuff that we should remember that we don’t. As a result, we can get off track without really understanding how it happened. That’s especially true in marriage. On our wedding day we pledge all kinds of important things to each other, but eventually, as life gets rolling Read More…

Fixing Marital Dilemmas

When faced with a problem in your marriage, what do you do? Hopefully, you face it and look for a way to resolve it, so you are fixing marital dilemmas, rather than ignoring them. I had a “funny” incident that happened the other day, that caused me to look for Read More…

Resilient Marriages – MM #329

Wouldn’t you like to have a resilient marriage? The word resilient means to “spring back into shape, to be elastic, and to have the ability to recover after being pressed.” So, after reading that definition, wouldn’t you like to have a resilient marriage —one that can recover from whatever attacks it? But Read More…

Make Love Happen Whenever Possible

Something that Kevin B Bullard wrote a while ago on the My Marriage Works web site, got my attention. This is because my husband Steve and I have found it to be SO true. Kevin challenges us to make love happen whenever we can. He wrote: “For as long as you’re Read More…

Turning Problems into Blessing – MM #254

“Be careful,” the Apostle Paul warns, “that the exercise of your freedom does not become a stumbling block to the weak… Never do anything offensive to anyone“ (1 Corinthians 8:9; 1 Corinthians 10:32). Those are pretty tough words to live out —especially in marriage. That is because you’re together in such a Read More…

Wind Down Time – MM #251

What do you do with the situation where a spouse comes home from work exhausted and the other spouse wants to “talk” instead of allowing them to wind down for a while? Let’s say that’s happening to you. When you tell them you’re tired, they complain that either you don’t Read More…