A good marriage isn’t something you find, it’s something you make, and you have to keep on making it.
If the cost of saving a marriage is destroying a woman, the cost is too high.
What if you woke up each morning, asking yourself, “How can I enhance my husband’s/wife’s life today?” It’s the little things that show we cherish our spouse.
When we think of betraying our wedding vows, we usually think of something sexual or romantic. But there’s a far more common betrayal.
One of the differences between “obligation sex” and “empathetic sex” is spiritual. It’s in the heart. It’s all about motivation.
One of the most destructive mental exercises in marriage is to ask, “Did I marry the right person?”