How to Strengthen Your Marriage Through the Holidays

How to Strengthen Your Marriage Through the Holidays

The holiday season is always stressful. In spite of the joy, for many people the holiday blues are very real. And this year our turbulent world has significantly disrupted our ability to celebrate in the “usual” ways. Your marriage feels that stress. But you can actually strengthen your marriage through the holidays even this year.

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How to be Grateful For Your Messy Marriage

How to be Grateful For Your Messy Marriage

This week we celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the United States. The challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, racial and political conflict, and more make it especially important that we choose gratitude. Among all the other things you’ve been blessed with, you can even be grateful for your messy marriage.

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How to Fight the Sense of Powerlessness in Your Marriage

How to Fight the Sense of Powerlessness in Your Marriage

There’s little that impacts your wellbeing more than the quality of your closest personal relationships. Your marriage in particular, as the union of two sinners, is a breeding ground for disappointment and pain. When your wellbeing is so impacted by your spouse, it’s easy to develop a sense of powerlessness in your marriage.

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Finding Breakthrough from Guilt as a Parent

Finding Breakthrough from Guilt as a Parent

When you’re hoping and praying for a breakthrough for your child, most parents struggle with a measure of guilt. If only you had done things differently, maybe your child wouldn’t be in the mess they’re in. Your head knows that’s only part of the story, but those thoughts may be the ones that keep you awake at night. It’s time to find breakthrough from guilt as a parent.

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How to Fight FOR Your Marriage Not AGAINST Your Spouse

How to Fight FOR Your Marriage Not AGAINST Your Spouse

Your marriage is important. It means everything to you. Anything that important requires investment of time and energy. But the harder you try, the worse things seem to get. It’s as if you’re fighting against what you want most. It would be nice to know how to fight for your marriage and not against your spouse.

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