Category Archives: Perspective in Marriage

Magnifying Respect In Marriage

When asked, “Do you respect your spouse?” Most of us would answer a quick YES! It’s necessary to examine respect to see if we know what we’re talking about. Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines it this way: RESPECT’, verb transitive – … Continue reading

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Keeping It Real This Christmas–Can You Relate?

My house is a mess. I am decorating for Christmas, but there are demands keeping me from finishing it all at once. Oh sure, I’ve posted photos on Instagram zoomed in where it appears my home is picture perfect, but it’s not. It … Continue reading

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Is Your Husband A Liar? – Hot, Holy and Humorous

Hot, Holy and Humorous – J Parker asked if I would share a post in her series for the month of September about what it means to be Beautiful. She gave several marriage bloggers a wide open topic for us … Continue reading

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Haunted By The “If Only’s” In Your Marriage?

If only… two little words that can leave a huge dent in your marriage. Are you haunted by these two words? Are they the first ones that come to mind when your spouse fails you in some way? Maybe they … Continue reading

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