Should married couple’s ARGUE? “Well, I don’t know why we shouldn’t! You always think you’re right. If I don’t throw in my two cents worth I would never win! You never listen to me unless I’m yelling at you. Yeah, right! Like you wouldn’t yell anyway! By the way, what were we arguing about?” I … More The Argument Over Arguing
“Now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. And the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13 In marriage, a sense of hopelessness can settle in after years of neglect and rejection. This usually develops in the late stages of marital deterioration. Those final stages include: 1. Seeing your marital problems as severe 2. … More Can Hope Be Restored?
Over the years Linda and I have discovered some important keys for making time to connect with each other. I really hope that you’ll take these to heart and experiment with making them part of your relationship routine. Have a Family Meeting. Ask each person in the family what activity or involvement would make them … More 7 Ways to Re-Connect @ Home
I love my iPhone. I am patiently waiting for the new iPhone 5. Smart phones are most certainly smart. Smart phones have opened a lot of doors. Some should have never been opened in the first place. Doors that lead to affairs, pornography, and other addictions and false intimacies. Nearly every time I have counseled … More Has the use of Smart Phones made us Dumb?
Linda and I both love our family very much. We love being parents and now grandparents for the first time. A few weeks ago our daughter, Rachel, along with our son, Josh, his wife, Lexie, and our first grandchild, Jack, came for a one week vacation. It was delightful. Mellow. Slower than usual (squeezing excursions … More We Just Aren’t The Same!