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Phrases To Never Ever Say To Your Spouse

by Meygan Caston, Marriage 365 Our words are powerful, aren’t they? The words we speak can either...

How You Think About Your Spouse Determines How You Treat Your Spouse

PEOPLE SAY MARRIAGE IS SO COMPLICATED. While I think we are all complicated people, I don’t think...

What You Think About Yourself Matters Big to Your Marriage

I LIKE PEOPLE. I DO. In fact, my wife, Nancie, said to me once, “I love this about you, but I...

Choose Gratitude in Every Season of Marriage

Fight getting lost in life’s daily routine by actively choosing to express gratitude for your...

Can One Question Transform Your Communication?

Let’s not go through the motions this Valentine’s Day. Life is busy, and it seems so commercialized—sure. But remember why Valentine’s Day exists and it becomes more meaningful.Let’s take it as an opportunity to consider our spouses an unmeasurable blessing and remind them of their worth. Imagine not being allowed to marry because of persecution. We get to spend valuable time with our husband/wife doing anything we can imagine—dreaming, traveling, laughing, and loving TOGETHER.

Mixing Money and Marriage

Let’s not go through the motions this Valentine’s Day. Life is busy, and it seems so commercialized—sure. But remember why Valentine’s Day exists and it becomes more meaningful.Let’s take it as an opportunity to consider our spouses an unmeasurable blessing and remind them of their worth. Imagine not being allowed to marry because of persecution. We get to spend valuable time with our husband/wife doing anything we can imagine—dreaming, traveling, laughing, and loving TOGETHER.

Crushing Comparison

Let’s not go through the motions this Valentine’s Day. Life is busy, and it seems so commercialized—sure. But remember why Valentine’s Day exists and it becomes more meaningful.Let’s take it as an opportunity to consider our spouses an unmeasurable blessing and remind them of their worth. Imagine not being allowed to marry because of persecution. We get to spend valuable time with our husband/wife doing anything we can imagine—dreaming, traveling, laughing, and loving TOGETHER.

The History of Valentine’s Day & 5 Creative Ways To Celebrate

Let’s not go through the motions this Valentine’s Day. Life is busy, and it seems so commercialized—sure. But remember why Valentine’s Day exists and it becomes more meaningful.Let’s take it as an opportunity to consider our spouses an unmeasurable blessing and remind them of their worth. Imagine not being allowed to marry because of persecution. We get to spend valuable time with our husband/wife doing anything we can imagine—dreaming, traveling, laughing, and loving TOGETHER.

What’s Going On in the Heads of Happily Married Couples

As someone who has been working with married couples since 2001 and married since 1995, I try to go back often to this baseline question: Why do some couples have a great marriage and others don’t? The answer to that question may surprise you, but I’m certain...

4 Christmas Tips For Married Couples

by Meygan Caston 'Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la, la la la…. Yeah right. The first 8 years of our marriage we spent every Christmas going back and forth between my parents, Casey’s parents, grandparents’ homes, friends ‘holiday parties to the point where...

How NOT to Make Things Worse When We’re Angry.

Who hasn’t gotten a little steamed at someone recently? Maybe it’s the way someone always leaves the cabinet doors open. Or the gas tank empty. Or interrupts you in the staff meeting. Or cuts you off in traffic. And then jump on any social media platform and you’ll...

How to Make the Most of Your Spouse’s Mistakes

Recently on vacation, I saw a young couple with two small kids leaving the beach. And as my southern grandmother used to say, “God love ‘em.” The kids looked to be around 2 and 4 and were covered in sand, as were the toys, chairs, beach bag, and parents. While the...

Smoldering Stress: Balancing Your Marriage and Raising Kids

"I ran too fast, too far, too long on too many borrowed miles. And then it hit me like something just plain awful. I have been a psychological, spiritual, and emotional mess. I need to refine my life, my marriage, and my parenting so I can live again." —A mother of...