All of us have unattainable mental images of our roles in life, but there is a way to live free from their terror.
This small exercise will keep your marriage sharp.
Technology is evolving so quickly that many of us are barely aware of how our changing behavior threatens our most important relationships.
Even when it stings, I'm thankful for a husband who is straightforward.
Communication struggles need to be identified before they can be repaired.
Open communication is essential to the life of a marriage relationship.
If you are struggling with communication in your marriage, the solution might be to work on your listening skills.
Even if you have a degree in communication, you still may need a remedial course when it comes to communicating with your spouse.
The climate of a marriage, just like the weather, can change at a moment's notice.
You walk in the door and immediately sense something is wrong.
The dialogue between you and your spouse has just turned chilly.
How is your communication climate these days?
Think you and your spouse are as different as night and day?
Marla Alupoaicei talks about the reality of being in an intercultural marriage.
Did you ever wish you had a decoder ring to understand what your spouse was saying?
Why do men and women so often misunderstand one another?
The Scriptures command husbands to love their wives and for wives to respect their husbands.
Looking for a way to improve communication in your marriage?
Tim and Shelia Riter talk about some of the lies a husband or wife will tell in order to avoid being honest.
Tim and Sheila Riter talk about the subtle ways husbands and wives bend the truth.
Hear from Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, a Christian counselor who has great things to say about love and respect.
Pastor Dr. Gary Chapman talks about building better communication in marriage.