Are you feeling STRESSED OUT? Well, if you’re undergoing some extra stress, that means your marriage is too. And today, we’re going to talk about all that stress and shed some light on the potential damage it can cause you and your marriage if left unmanaged.
Join us today for the final episode in the 4 part series on How to L.O.V.E. Your Way through Conflict. In today’s episode, we’re talking about evaluating the interests of both you and your spouse so you can achieve a win/win in your marriage.
Today’s episode is part 3 in our 4 part series on How to L.O.V.E. your Way Through Conflict. We’re talking about how devaluing your spouse can be one of the quickest ways to derail a conversation and turn it into conflict. When you learn how to value your spouse it’s much easier to stay engaged and come to a resolution.
This episode is part 2 of the “How to L.O.V.E. your Way through Conflict” 4 part series. Today we’re talking about really honing in on what’s going on with your spouse by the way they react or respond to you or what you’ve said or done.
This episode is the first of our L.O.V.E. series where we break down love in an acronym to help you be able to LOVE your way through conflict. In this episode, we’ll be sharing the value and the impact of what it means to truly listen to one another in your marriage.
Join us on the podcast today as we share the truth about married sex and all the reasons to be having it. We’re also including some pretty astounding stats on porn that you need to hear!
Join us for our final episode of the Communication Killers & their Kryptonite as we discuss the deeper problems with Expectations and Assumptions, and help you navigate your way out of them.
Part 2 of Communication Killers and Their Kryptonite Series – Words are powerful, but they’re certainly not everything when it comes to communication. In today’s episode, we want to be sure you know how to get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to communicating with your spouse.
Join us for Part 1 of the 3-part “Communication Killers & Their Kryptonite” series as we talk about 3 dead ends to communication. But don’t worry, we won’t leave you hanging, we’ve got the kryptonite to help take away their power and get your communication skills up to speed!
In today’s episode, we’re talking about the importance of remembering—remembering the past year as a couple, remembering the struggles, the fun and most importantly remembering God’s faithfulness through it all.
Are you grateful for your spouse? They don’t always make it easy, do they? But did you know there’s a lot of science behind what gratitude does to your brain and mental health? There are also big impacts it can make on your marriage.
Today’s show is the first part of a two-part series on Gratefulness. And oh, what a time we live in for living with an attitude of gratitude. If you can pull off walking in gratefulness during this season, you will surely be recognized as someone who is set apart!
Tune in today and find out as we talk about 4 things that might be making that 7-year, or perhaps that 2-year, 10-year, or even 20-year itch a problem in your marriage. Oh, and don’t worry, we will help you know what to do and give you some strategies to keep those nasty itches from popping up in the first place!
If you want real peace in your marriage, become the real you who is entitled to have a voice, and learn how to address problems, even when they’re difficult. As you do this, you will actually increase security in your marriage because you will begin to collect evidence that you indeed can-do hard things.
Do you ever find yourself battling dread over everything you have on your schedule? Are you finding it hard to slow down and enjoy your family? In today’s episode, we’re going to help you identify when you might need to take a break, clear more of your schedule, and start adding in things that are most important to YOUR family.
We’re asking each other a specific question, “What do you think we do that keeps our marriage alive?” Tune in to hear our individual answers, and then keep listening to find out what we both agree are the things that will do the opposite and kill your love.
In this episode, we’re talking with Dr. David Clarke, Christian Psychologist and author of 20 Lies That Keep You With Your Abuser. Tune it to understand Christian codependency, biblical truths that allow you a way out of your abusive marriage, and encouragement to move forward to reclaim your identity, your worth in Christ, and your freedom.
What gets in the way of connecting with our spouse more than anything nowadays? Technology, mainly our cell phones. They keep us attached to the outside world way more than they help us stay connected to our spouse. Join us today as we chat about the specific ways our phones can wreak havoc in our marriages, and then find out how we can use them for good!
The things you may have become used to can often become “normal,” but “normal” doesn’t always equal healthy. Tune in today as we share with you several foundations for a healthy marriage; that way, when you’re wondering if your marriage is healthy, you’ll know!
Have you or your spouse ever gotten into hot water with each other? Chances are it’s because someone said something that they shouldn’t have. We’ve all been there a time or two, but today we want to help prevent you from falling into the same trap again.
Have you ever wondered if what goes on in your marriage is just dysfunctional, or is it toxic? Do you sometimes know for sure that how you’re being treated is not okay, but then you begin to second guess it?
In today’s episode, we’re talking about the power of praying for your spouse. Prayer is one of the most impactful things you can do for them, and also for you and your marriage!
Knowing God’s word is important, but applying it is what it’s all about. This can be an area that you may be tripping up on in your marriage—knowing the word but not knowing what to do with it.
Do you expect things from your spouse? Do you ever wonder if you should or not? Well, in this episode, we are talking about 3 common expectations that couples have that might be causing some struggle in their marriages.