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Most Current Articles in Marriage

Your Hardest Family Question: I’m being pushed away in my marriage

I’ve been married about 21 years. Six months after we got married we had our first child. When this happened, my wife utterly changed from being an easy-going person to being mean all the time. This was not the person I married anymore.

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Be Partners in Leading Your Children to Christ

Every faithful family has a beginning, and you are yours.

By Gary and Joy Lundberg
Your Hardest Family Question: Is it unhealthy to talk to others about my marriage?

I think it's important for me to be able to talk about things with my friends. My husband has asked me to stop talking about our marriage and other family issues with my girlfriends. What is your opinion about this?

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Your Hardest Family Question: My husband says he doesn’t feel anything for me anymore

"I feel we have had love but my husband says all our struggles are due to the fact he doesn’t have those deep feelings and perhaps never really did?"

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Marriage: When I am Right and You are Wrong

In my efforts to build and improve my relationship with my husband, I have come to believe that “Lord, is it I?” is the single most important question I can ask.

By Darla Isackson
Not Skill but Will: “Out of the Abundance of the Heart the Mouth Speaketh”

It is inevitable in family life that our pet peeves will collide and create conflict. So what do we do when we experience marital tension with our spouses? Is there something better than resentment and polarization?

By Wallace Goddard
Your Hardest Family Question: My husband is hooked on televised sports

While it might be true that lots of guys are hooked on televised sports, I think it’s also safe to say that both men and women are hooked on screens of all shapes and sizes.

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Your Hardest Family Question: My husband is financially irresponsible

How can I have kind feelings for my husband when he will not change, what I feel, is a negative behavior and a poor example to our children?

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
That ‘Bored Couple’ at the Restaurant? They May be Happy

We’ve all seen them, the bored couple in the restaurant. "Oh heaven, please don't let us end up like them," you may have thought as you watch them sitting in silence.

By Jonathan Decker