Posts with the tag “marriage”
Three Questions To Ask Your Spouse
by Jason Berl on January 18th, 2016
Marriage, in many ways, is similar to gardening. You cannot plant a garden, neglect it, and expect to have a healthy garden a year later. To have a healthy garden, you will need to invest significant time pulling weeds, keeping out pests, planting, watering, and fertilizing. A few times a year, you will need to devote significant time (a weekend, day, or half-day) to working in the garden. Every...
Money, Money, Money: Why Do Married Couples Argue About Money?
by Jason Berl on May 29th, 2015
Type "most common arguments in marriage" into Google and look at the research. Money is near the top of every "what couples argue about" list. Most of these lists include money, sex, children, in-laws, cleanliness, and a few others. Why is money so often a source of tension? If it is a source of tension in your marriage, what can you do about it? Money is frequently a source of tension, becau...
"I Love You"
by Jason Berl on May 8th, 2015
What does "I love you" mean? Some say it all the time, and others feel weird saying it at all. When you say "I love you," what do you mean? Your answer to that question matters greatly. When Jesus was asked what the most important commandant is, he responded, “you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second ...
Why A Blog Series About Adultery? (Adultery - Part 1)Two Signs You Are About To Have An Affair (Adultery - Part 2)Four Ways To Fight Adultery Before You Are Married (Adultery - Part 3)Four Steps To Recovering Your Marriage After An Affair (Adultery - Part 4)Is It Weak To Stay With Your Adulterous Spouse? (Adultery - Part 5)Six Ways to Help When Your Friend's Marriage Is Wrecked By Adultery (Adultery - Part 6)