Avoid Passive-Aggressive Behavior
Marriage Makeover Tip: I know many of you are reading the title of this post thinking, “That’s exactly how my spouse behaves!” Check yourself these examples may pertain to you. IJS Substance abuse Emotionally withdrawing from your marriage Adulterous physical and emotional affairs Lying, including omission Refusing to participate in couple or family oriented events Withholding […]
Signs of Passive Aggressive Anger
The Desire of My Eyes!!!
I have been married now for 14 years. When my wife and I first met, I was fresh out of the military and still firmly fit. I must admit after a few years I noticed significant weight gain. However, as long as my wife did not complain I remained the same. A part of me […]
Types of Anger
Marriage Makeover Tip: As long as you avoid talking about you will not be able to deal with in a way pleasing to God. If you are upset about something and your spouse asks you about it, and you are, say it. I know you’re thinking if you do that the argument will never end. […]
Encourage Yourself This week I was reminded of the powerful song, “Encourage Yourself” by Donald Lawrence. This is the first verse: Sometimes you have to encourage yourself. Sometimes you have to speak victory during the test. And no matter how you feel, speak the word and you will be healed; speak over yourself, encourage yourself […]
Guard Your Heart
Marriage Makeover Tip: If you and your spouse are having issues or even separated you should guard your heart even more than usual. You may be feeling lonely, and unloved. Guard your heart and your marriage.
30-Day Sex Challenge Summary!!!
For the past few weeks I have shared different approaches (so to speak) to the 30-Day Sex Challenge. After surfing the web, I became aware of the enormous amount of information regarding this challenge. The challenges that I shared, I found the most interesting. At first I thought my husband and I would do the […]
Steps to Building a Safe Support System
When your marriage is struggling build a SAFE support system to avoid making things worse.