If we are going to have true intimacy in our marriages, we have to disarm the issues that hinder it. One of those is anger. Anger can be destructive in a marriage. The first thing I want you to know is that anger is inevitable. It’s a normal response. You will never be so spiritual […]
No human relationship is closer than the one forged between a husband and wife. When that relationship is damaged, nothing hurts more. Find out how to handle conflict and find healing when your marriage is in crisis.
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When Karen and I first married, I had a very dominant personality. For several years, it killed our chances at intimacy. Our marriage nearly failed until we learned to disarm it.
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Whether you have been married one day or fifty years, anger is inevitable. Even though it’s easier said than done, daily disarming anger can become a fulfilling and essential part of your marriage.
In marriage, it’s common for spouses to control or dominate each other. When we understand how dominance destroys intimacy, we can recapture the happiness and joy we experienced at the beginning.