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Show Your Husband Respect (Just As You’d Like)

By | February 28, 2014

So many sources have led to this post.  And yes, it has to be said.  Disrespect for men in our society has become rampant, and I can’t stand it anymore. When we get married, we are called to submit to our husbands and to show them respect.  That’s not “if they earn it” or “if Read More

Choosing to Love Your Husband

By | February 20, 2013

Photo Credit: www.DanielLeePhotography.co.uk via Compfight cc Choosing to love your husband? “Well that’s silly,” you might say. “I didn’t choose to love him, it just happened.” True. When I met my husband, I was done for. Head over heels in love. I didn’t choose to love him; it just happened. Fast forward ten years of Read More

Guest Post: 6 Ways to Love Your Husband This Valentine’s Day

By | February 15, 2013

This is a guest post from Beverly of Alive & Living.  I know — it’s technically the day *after* Valentine’s Day.  I had so many awesome posts to share with you this month that I didn’t have time to put this one up a day or two earlier!  It’s still a great reminder, loving your Read More

How to Show Respect Even When You Disagree

By | February 13, 2013

  Original Photo by Michael Sarver  By Megan Ciampa, Contributing Writer “I told you so!” Words you never enjoy hearing. Especially when it’s between a husband and wife or anyone in any close relationship.  Those words sting even more and often signal that the person who said those words has been harboring judgment, resentment or accusations Read More

Prayers for Praising not Pleas

By | February 12, 2013

  I’ve always learned from mentors and friends to pray for the things we wanted and desired for in a husband.  And the more specific the better! Then we meet and fall in love – some of that list matches up, at least all the big, important ones – those little ones go by the Read More

Ten Tips From Our Ten Years of Marriage

By | May 29, 2012

Friday was our tenth anniversary! It seems unreal that we have been married for an entire decade. Over these last ten years, we’ve learned some ways to encourage a healthy marriage. Although I’ll share our own examples, your marriage will look different — and that’s good! The idea is to work together to figure out Read More

We Are Not a Burden

By | May 15, 2012

With a new baby and children in general, comes a lot of giving of yourself.  This means sometimes ignoring your needs and wants, which can put your husband on the back burner.  I know mine has expressed this. The Problem Remember when it was just the two of you?  All those extra little things you Read More

Communication: Breakdown

By | May 8, 2012

“I AM FEELING JUST A LITTLE OVERWHELMED RIGHT NOW,” I shouted with hands in the air. It was a really busy week for us which isn’t normal and I was feeling stressed.  Most week nights are family time at home with a few chores mixed in to keep things running smooth. This particular week we Read More

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