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You Just Fought: Now What? 3 Steps to Repair After a Fight

Chris Grace - March 12, 2019

Do you know that feeling? You've just had a fight and now things have cooled off. What do you do? How do you repair the relationship after the argument and restore the connection you had? This article explains some research behind arguments and how to resolve things in a healthy way. 

Me & You & A New Baby, Too

Alisa Grace - February 26, 2019

The relationship between a husband and wife is so important! It establishes the foundation of emotional and relational well-being for the whole family. When kids first enter the picture, the focus is oftentimes on the mother's role in parenting which can leave the husband feeling isolated and useless. But, according to research a father actually has a big role to play! 

Don't Let Hollywood Ruin Your Love Life

Tim Muehlhoff - February 12, 2019

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and this time of year, media tells a lot of different stories about what love looks like. Don't set yourself up for disappointment this year. Unrealistic expectations can ruin the day for you and your significant other or your spouse. In this blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explains how Hollywood is painting an unrealistic picture of what relationships should look like. 

4 Things Men Need From Other Men (That They Can't Get From Women)

Paul Friesen - January 29, 2019

Men need each other.

When God created male and female, He made them "like," but "like opposite." They are"like" in that they both are equal image bearers of God, but "opposite" in that they are very distinct in how they think and act. This article by Dr. Paul Friesen explains some of the ways that men and women are different from each other, and four things that men need to acknowledge about the way they connect. 

A Word To Occasionally Absent Fathers

Tim Muehlhoff - January 15, 2019

"Describe your father in one word."

One by one, the all-male audience shouted out words like "disconnected; moody; short-tempered; encouraging; quiet; distant; friend; irritable; depressed; non-engaging."  While some of the words are positive, most center on a variation of one word: absent

A Different Kind of New Year's Resolution

Willa Williams - January 1, 2019

Have you heard them yet? Have you made some for yourself? New Year's resolutions go hand in hand with the start of every new year. In this blog post, Willa Williams encourages you to consider making a New Year's resolution to be kinder to people around you, rather than just being nice. Do those sound like the same thing? Try this resolution for this next year!

Create Christmas Traditions To Remember

Jessica Brest - December 25, 2018

The Christmas season is a special time of year for people everywhere! In response to the joy and suspense-filled time of year, families and friends have come up with traditions that they carry with them in order to make the season more memorable. No matter where you are this season or who you have around you, these are some traditions that you can implement into your holidays to keep this time of year festive!

Turning Conflict Into An Ally

Biola CMR - December 20, 2018

Kenny and Rylie began dating as college students and decided to get engaged. Soon, they recognized that her history of a painful past relationship and their poor communication and conflict management skills were damaging their relationship. They wanted to be intentional about building a marriage that would last a lifetime, so they sought help from the CMR.

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