Becoming One by Honoring the ONE

Sarah Ho Featured 0 Comments

    About five years into our marriage, my husband and I went through two years of turmoil.  The big “D” word even came up.  We are both Christians and believe that divorce is not an option but were pushed to the point of consideration.  It was that bad.     We were basically living as roommates who happened to sleep in the same bed.     When I got married to him it certainly was not what I had envisioned for my life.  …

5 Tips to a Happier Husband

5 Tips for a Happier Husband

Heather Harris Featured 0 Comments

My hubby and I are celebrating 19 years of wedded bliss choice today. Truly, loving someone is a choice you make. Daily. Because although the euphoria of “feeling in love” is typically what leads a couple down the aisle, that feeling never lasts. Somewhere between mortgages, diapers, laundry and sick days, it gets lost. You won’t spend your entire life “feeling in love”. There will be days you would rather walk away, scream, or throw something at your spouse than …

Am I Lovable

Lisa Brown Featured 4 Comments

It was my Birthday and my husband took the day off. It’s always a treat to have fun days planned with him. He bought me this gorgeous sweater that fit just right! It was a big deal! I was having morning after morning breakdowns in my head because my clothes didn’t look right on me. Everything was too tight and I was so done with my maternity clothes. My baby boy at the time was seven months old. It was my first Birthday …

5 Ways to Make Him Significant Again

Marva Smith Featured 10 Comments

It was a quiet Sunday afternoon, and we were doing the usual things to prepare for the week. I was in the kitchen washing dishes when I heard a loud crash. My husband had fallen from a ladder in the next room! Knowing how high the ladder was, my mind immediately started racing. A flood of ‘what-ifs’ rushed over me. What if he’s seriously injured? What if he has to go to the hospital? What if the worst has happened? Thankfully …

How to have a perfectly imperfect marriage

How to Have an Imperfectly Perfect Marriage

Aimee Imbeau Featured 3 Comments

Several years ago, my neighbor was having a difficult time in her marriage. Her husband was leaving her and she could not stop crying. I remember finding her scrunched up in the corner of her sofa. My heart broke for her. I sat with her and I cried alongside her. I tried to offer some encouragement, but much of the time I just didn’t know exactly what to say. What are the right words? And then I began sharing with …