On a mission to love… Every couple wants to avoid divorce and get along without too many fights. A successful marriage however, is much more than just this; it is a
Ron and Kathy Feher describe a practical understanding of the concept of "love" for couples to use, in order to better love one another
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When couples marry they rightly expect that there will be a willing participation in a shared life together across a range of activities including sexual intimacy, intimate conversation and parenting for example.
We all understand that our marriages go through their ups and downs, but we often don’t appreciate that they also go through fundamental changes over the years. We have come to realise
How can an otherwise intelligent man be such a dumb lover? For over twenty years I have bought my wife those very expensive chocolates to show her I love her, only to
>Identify your conflict triggers. >Learn strategies to de-escalate an argument. >Understand what the real issues are. >Find constructive ways to re-establish connection. All couples go through periods where their relationship is strained.
Understanding and working with our imperfect relationship. Reflect Separately, say the prayer and spend some time reflecting on the questions. Write some notes so that you can share more fully with your spouse.
We came across a really interesting article the other day - You Never Marry the Right Person, By Timothy Keller. The author makes some really great points. Firstly, the Soul Mate
SmartLoving: Relationships that really work from dating to marriage Last week, Francine and Byron Pirola spoke to the youth at Truth on Tap in the Brookvale pub. They addressed key issues surrounding