Don’t Settle for a Miserable Marriage

Don’t Settle for a Miserable Marriage

Marriage affects your wellbeing. If your relationship is healthy you are happier, healthier, and generally live a longer more productive life. If your relationship is unhealthy your physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing is at risk. The stakes are too high to settle for a miserable marriage.

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Five Ways to Help Someone who is Depressed or Anxious

Five Ways to Help Someone who is Depressed or Anxious

If the statistic is even somewhat true that one in four of us struggles with a mental health challenge, you are either struggling with this yourself or you know someone who is. And if you care at all, you’d like to truly help someone who is depressed or anxious. How do you do that?

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How to Re-Learn about Sex and Intimacy

How to Re-Learn about Sex and Intimacy

Where did you first learn about it? Was it in a class in school? From classmates, or older kids in the neighborhood? From the internet? Perhaps you’re one of those who was blessed to have parents, or a church youth leader, who fostered healthy conversations about sex. Or perhaps instead you learned from older relatives or others who harmed you through molestation, abuse, pornography, or other sexual exploitation. And then there’s the religious legalism that may have made sex a taboo and dirty subject for you. Perhaps you need to re-learn about sex and intimacy.

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Closing the Gap Between You and Your Spouse

Closing the Gap Between You and Your Spouse

Intimacy doesn’t just happen. If you and your spouse ever are going to come closer together, one of you will have to make the first move. Think of the space between you. Is there a gap between you and your spouse? Closing that gap doesn’t have to be as overwhelming or dramatic as you may think.

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