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Hope for Marital Reconciliation?

What is Hope?  The word “hope” is a simple word but it is filled with significance. Hope is both a noun and a verb. It can be used to speak about our expectation for something good.  “I’m hoping for good health as I get older.” Hope can also be used to speak about the source […]

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A Thanksgiving Prose to Your Spouse

Thanksgiving Day reminds us of the importance to slow down and reflect on what is good and best about our lives. On this Thanksgiving Day be sure to reflect on the blessings that your spouse brings into your life. I hope this Thanksgiving prose will inspire you to express your appreciation and gratitude to your […]

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How to bring sacred back into sex

Sex is the most unique, empowering, and intimate expressions between a husband and wife. However, an increasing number of couples report dissatisfaction with the frequency of physical intimacy. Many couples want the answer to the question, “What is normal for the frequency of physical intimacy per week?” The answer to the frequency of sex is […]

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Mutuality and Marriage

The majority of couples that I work with desire to experience the benefits and intimacy of one-flesh marriages. One-flesh marriages are often misunderstood and considered mysterious. Fortunately, the attribute of mutuality guides couples into both the spiritual and practical elements of one-flesh marriages. The attribute of mutuality in marriage relationships allow couples to: Reflect the […]

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The Most Attractive Characteristic in Relationships

I recently read an article, Masters of Love by Emily Esfahani Smith. The article was an interview with John Gottman comparing his research on the couples labeled as masters or disasters. Masters were defined as couples who reported marital satisfaction after five years while “disasters” were couples who reported chronic breakups or unhappiness in their […]

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