Questions to grow closer in your marriage Have you unlocked all of your spouse’s thoughts, insights, ideas, and dreams? We…
For over 60 years the game show, “To Tell The Truth” has aired on television and it’s basically an exercise in honesty. Have you ever watched it?
The distraction of the screen has become prevalent in marriage today. Like Dr. Pavlov’s dogs we are conditioned to respond and it hurts our connection with our spouse.
Do you struggle with wanting to criticize your spouse? Almost all of us have either experienced criticism in our marriage, or observed it in our family of origin.
How would you describe what it is like to be around a consistently negative person? The kind of person who longs for rain on a sunny day and for whom the glass is always half empty.
What do you do when your spouse annoys you? Do you just put up with it? Do you nag them about it?
“We just don’t seem to connect. We’re nice to each other. We talk about the day, the kids, our work. We do projects around the house, go out with friends and attend church…”
Love tells the truth and the truth must be told in love. Do you believe that? Is it true in your marriage?
Wouldn’t you agree that most arguments happen over the dumbest things? Often there’s a misunderstanding or a careless comment that is made and later regretted—but only after the damage is done.
“It’s not MY fault—YOU…” and so the argument revs up as blame is passed. It’s nothing new in marriage. In fact, blame goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden.