Having some differences with a potential spouse is inevitable. But which ones are red flags?
How often do we become angry over the mistakes people make, or for parents, the texter scrawled along the wall?
Here are some simple ways to support someone as they grieve through a breakup, and how to help yourself if you are that someone.
Whether you realise it or not, how well you bond in marriage is influenced by your childhood attachment with your parents.
You would never dream of having an affair, so Is there anything wrong with having a close friend of the opposite sex after you’re married?
Conflict is inevitable, even Jesus said so! Here are 12 powerful relational tools to respond to conflict from a biblical perspective.
Learning how to have a discussion about Jesus without it turning heated is an art, but it’s something every Christian needs to be equipped to do.
Deep and meaningful romantic attachment is the product, not the catalyst, of a loving relationship.
Love-starved singles may feel like they need to take drastic measures, but there may be a simple solution to getting more love out of your life.
Learning that caring for yourself is not an act of selfishness but the only way you’ll be able to consistently pour into your marriage, is a difficult but necessary lesson.