A Day In The Life Of A Betrayed Spouse: Healthy

A Day In The Life Of A Betrayed Spouse: Healthy

by Heather Kolb November 29, 2018 1 Comment

After my husband works on his group homework, we take time to snuggle on the couch and watch a show. I love this time with him. It hasn’t always been this way. We are learning how to be in relationship—open, honest, and vulnerable—one day at a time.

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A Day In The Life Of A Betrayed Spouse: Unhealthy

A Day In The Life Of A Betrayed Spouse: Unhealthy

by Heather Kolb November 15, 2018 3 Comments

He’s finally awake. How can he sleep so well after everything he’s done? He’s in the shower. What excuse could I make to go into the bathroom to make sure he’s only showering and not masturbating? I should make sure his coffee is ready, so he doesn’t have to stop for coffee on the way to work. So many young girls work at the coffee stand. I don’t want him to be tempted.

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Good Sex, Good Marriage?

Good Sex, Good Marriage?

by Ashley Jameson October 25, 2018

I often hear people say that what goes on in the bedroom is a good indicator of where your relationship is at. While there is some validity to this statement, I know plenty of couples, including myself at one point, who have great sex but not a great marriage.

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Is Porn Adultery?

Is Porn Adultery?

by Nick Stumbo October 11, 2018 1 Comment

The topic of lust and pornography is never easy to navigate in a marriage relationship. But for those couples who are willing to face the struggle openly and honestly, the journey is truly life-changing.

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How We Finally Won the Battle Against Pornography

How We Finally Won the Battle Against Pornography

by Michelle Stumbo September 13, 2018 1 Comment

In front of the entire student body, a friend confessed his addiction and shared that Jesus had "set him free." I was engaged at the time and thought how glad I was that my future husband didn't struggle with porn.

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Moms & Sex

Moms & Sex

by Heather Kolb May 24, 2018

Don’t believe the lie that “sex is just for men.” Ladies, your brain needs sex. Your brain needs physical connection and intimacy with your husband. While it may feel like work to invest in your sex life, believe me, your brain will thank you.

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5 Ways to Regain Trust in Recovery

5 Ways to Regain Trust in Recovery

by Ernie Chambers March 01, 2018

For many men who are beginning their healing process, the road to recovery can be difficult to navigate. There are so many things to work on, it can be challenging to prioritize what to work on and when.

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Rituals for Intimacy

Rituals for Intimacy

by Diane Roberts February 22, 2018

Most rituals are developed at a subconscious level. Our mind automatically creates behaviors that keep us safe and help us survive. Whether we are aware of them or not, everyday living contains rituals that might include eating, exercise, grooming, social media, work, spiritual disciplines and more.

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5 Ways to Pursue Your Wife

5 Ways to Pursue Your Wife

by Tyler Chinchen February 08, 2018

In many cases, the wife does not feel pursued in the marriage. Her husband may have pursued her vigorously before they were married, but since? Not so much. She feels alone. She feels empty. She feels as though she has lost something valuable. So what does it mean for a wife to feel pursued?

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Learning Your Husband

Learning Your Husband

by Shari Chinchen February 01, 2018

As wives, we have incredible power to either build up our husbands or tear them down. When we choose to use our words and actions to be the person our husband can always count on to have his back, we are pursuing him in a way that fills his heart and allows him to “rise up and call her blessed.”

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4 Marriage Articles You Should Know About

4 Marriage Articles You Should Know About

by Heather Kolb November 30, 2017

We all want the perfect relationship; the perfect marriage. However, when it comes to “regularly weeding and tending to our garden” we fall short. We allow weeds—divisive issues—to sprout and flourish. Over time, where there was once a beautiful, lush garden, now stands an overgrown, weed infested patch of soil; devastated and eroded away by unwanted growth.

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Timing is Everything

Timing is Everything

by Debby Flanagan September 28, 2017 2 Comments

It happens when you least expect it. You are walking along and wham! You are on the ground, in shock, wondering what just happened. You may have received unexpected news, or a diagnoses, or discovered a betrayal that will forever change your life. It is moments like these—circumstances of pain and trauma—that stick with you long after the event occurred.

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