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Marriage and Family
What makes marriage a marriage a good marriage? Rodney Woods found a unique way to answer this question.
Divorce and Remarriage—and Kids
Family psychologist John Rosemond offers advice on a couple of the tough situations that face parents who try to rebuild lives and families after recovering from divorce.
The Secret of a Happy Marriage
Getting married is quick and easy. Staying married takes a lifetime of careful planning. Here are some practical suggestions.
Living Together: Does It Work?
Common sense would seem to suggest that people "try each other out" before taking that leap at the altar. However, Sergio Torres shows that the evidence tells otherwise.
Tips for a Happy Marriage
Faith, hope, and love are the strands of a sustaining cord in relationships.
How to Keep Your Home Happy
Life's "busyness" can make home miserable instead of happy. The author offers some suggestions for ensuring that doesn't happen in your home.
Mastering Your Marriage
A psychologist has discovered some foolproof techniques for a successful marriage. Trafford Fischer shares three of them.
The 6 stages of marriage
The seasons of our life impact the nature of our relationships.
Marriage: Is It Important?
Is marriage "just a piece of paper," or is there something abou tit that goes beyond the marriage license? Ed Dickerson comments on this critical question.
The Wedding That Almost Wasn’t
Janet Lynn Mitchell loved Brad, but there was a problem. Then she discovered how prayer and a change of attitude could work a miracle.
A Promise and a Piece of Paper
Nancy Canwell asks, What personal qualities of a husband and wife will especially help their marriage to succeed?
Antonio Estrada analyzes the causes of domestic violence and shares information on what you can do if you’re caught in this trap—or know someone who is.
Marriage: Better Than Ever
Marriage is a hot topic these days. Ed Dickerson looks at the trends of the past few years and compares them with what the Bible says about marriage.
I Finally Gave My Heart
For some people, accepting Jesus comes easily. For others, it takes time. Sometimes a long time.
Romancing the Brain
When it comes to being in love, we usually blame the heart rather than the head. This may be a misconception.
“I Do Choose . . .”
George Sperry and his wife were at the point of divorce. Then he realized that his marriage really depended on a choice he could make.
Does This Tie Still Bind?
There is a question that is being asked more and more frequently these days: Does the piece of paper matter?
Our Last Argument
Joe Seay and his wife had a terrible fight that could have destroyed their marriage. Instead, it strengthened their marriage.
Re-sparking the passion
What does it take to re-spark the passion in a relationship?
Nine Ways to Guard Your Home Against Divorce
Divorce can nearly always be avoided. Victor Parachin offers nine suggestions that can help you keep your marriage intact.
How to Be a Better Man
The Secret to being a real man, says Victor Parachin, is to learn the fine art of kindness.
Family psychologist John Rosemond, director of the Center for Affirmative Parenting in Gastonia, North Carolina, gives advice on how a young family can overcome what he calls "Frantic Family Syndrome."