We will all experience loss and grief sometime in our life. Today Dr. Bengtson addresses “How do you not just grieve, but grieve well?”
While I appreciate hearing, “I love you,” I learned 3 magic words were another expression that demonstrated love.
Mother’s Day is hard for many. See how a simple letter can heal those dark places in our hearts that are set free when we bring them into the light.
Today’s guest post by Rachel Newman shares the revelation God gave her about the source of her depression.
Parenthood and the marital relationship changes significantly after children leave home and create an empty nest. Dr. Bengtson offers advice on how to prepare.
Marriage is hard. It’s a matter daily making the choice to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, from this day forward until death do us part. Twenty-seven years later, I’m grateful for the gift of marriage and for the specific husband God gave me, and I’m grateful for the choices I made for worse, for poorer, and in sickness as well as for better, for richer, and in health.