When relationships end, we always find ourselves looking for answers as to why and how it happened. Is it something you said or did? While some things are out of our control, there are things that we do daily that can actually make or break the relationship. Read on to find out.
Anger can be one of the most powerful and destructive emotions in our human experience. Here’s what the Bible teaches about how to handle it safely.
Disappointments in your relationship can stand in the way of commitment. Here's how to change your perception and lead to a rewarding experience.
Here's a look at some reasons single people stop going to church on Sundays. I offer tips to singles who are interested in getting back into the habit of attending worship services, and ways others can reach out to them in church.
It's important to regularly evaluate your relationship and make sure that it's working well for both of you. This authoritative checklist written by a psychologist can help you decide whether you should break up with your partner or not.
A discussion about the pros and cons that a couple should consider before deciding to live together whether or not they eventually intend to marry.
Deciding to live with someone before marriage may seem like a good idea. But living together could damage a relationship, bringing out the good and the bad, causing a couple to rethink their decision.
A guide to help women decide if their romantic partner is overly immature and, if so, the best way to deal with him.
God's way of anger management: How the Bible says we can control our anger instead of allowing it to control us.
These 10 common relationship mistakes can end a romance before you know what happened. Learn how to avoid them so you can cultivate a long-term, loving, and healthy relationship.
Five books that helped save my marriage: book from Bob Grant, Love and Respect, The Five Love Languages, Laugh Your Way to A Better Marriage, and John Gray's book about men and women under stress.
It is not always easy being in a relationship with someone who has Asperger's. However, knowing what they are feeling will help you understand that you can have a very happy life together as long as you are patient and willing to communicate and work with your partner.
The Golden Rule requires us to respect another woman’s marital space in the same way we should want her to respect ours. Men share the responsibility to ensure that these boundaries are respected.
Self-centeredness can be a disease that keeps us trapped in misery. To truly enjoy life, we must learn how to keep our egos within proper bounds.