Saying, “I love you,” to your spouse is important, but there are plenty of other ways to let your partner know you care without saying a word. 21 ways to say “I Love You” Without Saying a Word Laugh together – share a funny TV show, something you saw online or in the news, or something […]
Being married isn’t easy; in fact, it can be downright difficult. But my husband and I committed not long after our wedding day to making our marriage work. We saw so many of our friends whose marriages were ending in divorce, and we didn’t want that to happen to us. We wanted to honor the […]
Sex is often a taboo subject. Mainly because it’s private and not something we really want to discuss with people. Even when we get married, sex is not a topic that’s usually brought up, even if it’s just between you and your husband. However, there are many reasons why the topic of sex should be […]
This is a guest post from Drexel Gilbert. Drexel Gilbert, author of 30 Days to Better Love: A Guide for Men, has more than 30 years of experience working as a journalist, TV news anchor, newsroom manager and public speaker. She also is author of five children’s books. She and her husband, Wesley, live in […]
If there is one thing that every married couple should know, it is that you have to continue dating to keep the love and romance alive. When we first get together and feel that rush of butterflies at just the sight of that guy or gal, we look forward to date night. We cannot wait […]
When was the last time you had a conversation with your spouse? Not just a “how was your day,” but a real conversation where you learn about one another and share feelings about a topic? Today? Last week? Last month? It can be difficult to find the time and energy (yes, conversations take energy) to […]
As newlyweds, you should do things that can make the new chapter of your life more exciting. Remember, you promised ‘forever’ to each other. So you have to start strengthening your vows from day one. But how can you do it? You may be busy sending out thank you letters for those who came to […]
When getting married, everyone knows they are going to share things with their spouse. Money, space, the remote… all common things you prepare to share. However, when I got married, there were some things I didn’t realize I’d be sharing with my husband and this made for some very interesting situations!
Earlier this year I told you how my chronic migraines affect my life. As a migraineur (a migraine sufferer) it is really easy for me to get caught up in how my migraines affect me and forget how it may affect my loved ones—especially my husband. Chronic illness can be tough on a marriage. Here are some ways that we have been able to keep our relationship strong despite my chronic migraines.
Have you ever met the perfect health conscious couple? These couples seem to be on the same page when it comes to eating right, drinking all the right fluids, and go to the gym together 4 days a week. They run a 5K several times a year to support all the right causes and wouldn’t dream of smoking, over indulging in alcohol or becoming a couch potato on the weekend. Don’t you just hate them? In reality, it seems that most couples (like my husband and I) are not on the same page when it comes to health and fitness. There may be one spouse who is health conscious (my hubby) but the other is content to sit around, watch TV and eat bon bons (me).