When a husband’s autism isn’t diagnosed, there are bound to be struggles. One wife shares what she’s learned about neurodiverse marriages.
Steven and Mary Beth Chapman have guided their kids through grief and confusion. They’ve done this by being real and sharing openly as they’ve grappled with their own emotions and unresolved questions.
The topics of spiritual leadership and spiritual intimacy are a common source of conflict in marriage. What advice should a mentor offer?
When one spouse wants to pursue their dream, but the other disagrees, what can they do? You can help them find a win-win solution.
When talk between spouses seems shallow to them, what’s missing? How can you help a couple have better communication in marriage?
Deciding whether to have another baby is one of the most difficult decisions a couple will make. If you’re facing this issue, how can you navigate it together in a healthy and biblical way?
Could a marriage that started as an agreement between two strangers survive?
A Naval Corpsman’s injury in Afghanistan changed his career and his marriage. But God used the trauma for good.
When a husband says, “My wife constantly criticizes me,” what do you do? Help him deal with the issue using these tips.
Loving an addict isn’t easy. If the spouse of an addict shares their dilemma with you, what’s the best way to help?