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By Ben McGuire, FamilyLife.com We sat on our blanket at the drive-in movie, not speaking. Not touching. Icy silence blew through the gap between us. This was our first real argument. Not the simple disagreements or miscommunications of marriage.  The kind that...
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2 Reasons We Give Up On Goals (And How to Overcome Them)

 By Laura Guida, PREPARE/Enrich Blog,December 30, 2020Longing for self-improvement or achievement is an all too familiar feeling we seem to get around this time of year. We look forward to what’s to come and think that something magical will happen on January...
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Communication During Coronavirus: Listening and Learning

 Communication affects how safe and secure we feel in our relationships as well as our level of intimacy.In the Coronavirus era, many couples have been confronted by an all-new dichotomy. We are home more often and physically closer than ever before, but we’re...
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4 Ways Support Your Spouse Through Hardship

by Laura Gilda, November 11, 2020 Tough times are eventually going to find you, it’s inevitable. Life has a way of interjecting adversity despite all we do to try and prevent it. Sometimes, it’s trivial and throws you off for a few weeks, and sometimes it’s...
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5 Biggest Little Ways to Improve Your Marriage

 A few small actions carry surprising power in building a lasting relationship.Adapted from The Surprising Secrets of Highly Happy Marriages, by Shaunti FeldhahnNot long ago, the marriage of some close friends—I’ll call them Daniel and...