We’ve never met anyone who wants to be in a sexless marriage, though that is often the reality for many couples we work with. But what are the causes for a sexless marriage and how can they be overcome?
New Year’s resolutions are all about setting (and usually forgetting) goals for the year. But do you have goals for your marriage? These could be goals that you set every year. Or they could be something you’re planning on more long term. Either way, there should be...
This year, we’d like to encourage you to make goals for one of the the most important aspects of your life: your marriage. This concept may not be intuitive, so I hope to provide some ideas and encouragement to help you and your spouse make the next year the best year in your marriage so far!
We publish a new blog post and new podcast episode every week. That’s quite a bit of marriage content. Here’s the most popular blog posts and podcast episodes we shared in 2018.
I would like to say disconnect never happens, but that’s unrealistic. We get selfish, we get busy, we mishandle and misplace our priorities, we say hurtful things, and we do things that imperfect people do because we are imperfect.
Can you imagine for a moment how the Christmas story might have been written if Mary and Joseph had not had the capacity to adjust to things beyond their control? To begin with, Joseph had to adjust to the fact that Mary, his fiancée, was pregnant.
My wife Ashley and I have had the privilege of doing marriage ministry for many years. In our travels and speaking and online ministry, we’re often asked “What’s your all-time favorite marriage advice?” It’s a tough question, because it’s nearly impossible to limit the best advice to one sentence.
Christmas is anticipated with both joy and anxiety. We love the celebrations, the family traditions, and cherish the memories. But, we add the stresses of preparation, expectations, and the fear of letdowns or family squabbles.
Some years back, I was in the midst of a “discussion” with my wife when I realized I was using the same techniques I’d taught a team of support reps earlier that day. In that moment, I learned a life lessons that has since altered my business and marriage.