Marriage is tough. You are no longer making decisions for one. Instead, all of your decisions directly affect another person. So how do you survive without tempers flaring and shoes being thrown?
God's way of anger management: How the Bible says we can control our anger instead of allowing it to control us.
We must admit that it is very difficult getting along with some people. However, there are at least eight ways to help you get along with people that you thought you never could.
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.
As we age, we find out what we want and what we deserve. Have you ever wondered why you cannot seem to find that person for you?
How Chistians can recognize the harmful effects of destructive criticism, deal with an offender, and begin to heal.
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.
Many spouses end the marriage citing incompatibility as the cause, but happiness in marriages lasts because the spouses are wise, not always because they are compatible. Here is the explanation.
How Christian adults can deal with toxic parents, and in some cases, have a healthy relationship with parents who are toxic or were toxic in the past.
The reasons why Christians should realize they are being oversensitive and steps to overcoming these negative feelings.
We find it difficult to forgive because we hold on to the hurt. This is an attachment to the need to be justified. But the corrosiveness of this anger energy is destructive only to the un-forgiver.
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.
Praying for a friend meets an obligation; praying with a friend meets a bundle of needs-including the needs for connectedness, cooperation, compassion, confidence, commitment and celebration. Read on.
The Bible definition of love includes four different words, storge, phileo, eros and agape, to differentiate the different types of love. English has only one word for all these, leading to confusion.