I’m 75 years old, married, and I want to learn how to stop flirting with women. Do you have any suggestions you can give me?
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Several years ago a friend who was suffering with bipolar disorder decided that if she had enough faith, she should be able to live without medications. After a rough relapse, she understood real faith was believing that Heavenly Father inspired those who created her medications, and that it was up to her to take them. Have you ever thought this way about preparing? That if you had enough faith, you could rely on Heavenly Father to provide in an emergency?
The drive to be remembered and to remember your ancestors is powerful. That is why so many cultures have holidays and festivals to celebrate the memories of deceased loved ones. How do you remember tus antepasados—your ancestors? Do you have those memories preserved so they can be passed on to future generations?
My wife and I didn’t have a lot in common when we married, but we loved each other and had a good friendship. We figured marriage would work out because we got along so well and lots of people told us that good marriages happen when the couple is good friends. We’ve been married for about seven years now and struggle to find things to do together that we enjoy.
FamilySearch’s newly released update to the person pages in Family Tree will make learning about your ancestors easier than ever before. New ways to view your ancestors’ lives and information, including maps and time lines, will expand your understanding and enable you to identify and fill in missing information more quickly.
Media is all about messages. Every post, every commercial, every shot, every movie is full of messages that try and convince us to think, feel, talk, dress, eat, and act a certain way. How in the world can we decipher these messages? And, how can we help our children see what’s going on around them?
If you’re like most families, your scripture study goes something like this: Person A reads a verse, then Person B reads a verse, and so on. It’s one verse for each person. There are times (I know this will be hard to believe) when it seems like everyone’s attention span is done for and they won’t start reading when it’s their turn. When those times come, here’s the perfect remedy for dads.