The morning started like any other, four different alarm clocks sounded announcing the beginning of each family member’s day. Shouts resounded through the kitchen as each announced the appointments of their day just prior to closing the door. My husband reminded me of his annual physical and our early lunch date. Dressed in his favorite […]
Dirty socks and underwear strewn on the floor. Toilet seat left up. Bad breath. Drama with in-laws. Less “me” time. For the single person, the aforementioned is the abridged version to a longer list of scenarios that might make you ask “why would I want to get married?” For the single woman who delights in […]
I’m married, but I struggle to see widely portrayed images of happy couples who are thriving as husband and wife. I know that there are marriages who are growing, learning, and happy. I have one myself. But beyond my own and others that are close to me, many of the images of our culture is […]
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By Dr. Lisa Tate It\’s been twenty years since Pam and John got married. During the first two years of their marriage there was plenty of romance. John would bring home flowers and the couple would spend passionate weekends together. On occasion, Pam would go in late to work in order to enjoy intimate time […]