Do you find yourself disagreeing with your spouse on a regular basis? Maybe it’s about money or division of household chores or how to raise your children. It seems like there are a thousand things to argue about. However, according to Dr. Tim Downs, every one of our conflicts can be boiled down to one of seven basic topics, including loyalty, security, and responsibility.
How do you handle conflict with your spouse? What do you do when your spouse has a significant illness? And the biggest question of all, what is the purpose of marriage? In today's podcast, Dr. Christ Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff answer your questions about marriage with humor and common sense advice. Tune in to hear your questions and more answered, on the Art of Relationships.
It isn’t necessary to see eye-to-eye on every topic in a marriage, but if you see something wrong in your relationship, and your spouse refuses to listen to your complaints, what can you do? Is it possible to convince your partner that something is broken if they can’t see it? Today, Dr. Muehlhoff explores what it looks like to communicate dissatisfaction in your relationship with an oblivious partner.
Christians are consistently encouraged to find a partner with whom they’re “equally yolked," but how far does that commandment go? Do a husband and wife need to agree on every theological issue they come across? The panel discusses their thoughts on theological agreement within marriage in this Q&A session.
It is not uncommon for couples to have significantly different attitudes about money, leaving one confused at the financial decisions of the other. It's vital for couples to identify and understand each other's "money world," and then use that information to actually grow closer together. In today's blog, Shane Enete, Assistant Professor of Finance at Biola, looks at various approaches to finances and explores different tactics to help couples find a middle ground with their money.
The decision to get married is an important commitment that you want approach with confidence. While there is no exhaustive check-off list, there are some practical areas to evaluate in the relationship before popping the question. In today's blog, Alisa Grace covers a few of those areas to help you determine when you are ready to get engaged.
Depression is a delicate and psychologically complex disorder that requires great care and concern on the journey to healing. If your spouse is struggling in a fight against depression, what are some best practices to help them deal with it? In today's post, Dr. Chris Grace offers sound guidance for helping your spouse battle depression.
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