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3 crucial areas to develop for a successful marriage

3 crucial areas to develop for a successful marriage

Whether you’ve been married for decades or are just approaching marriage, knowing what makes a marriage work can only be a good thing, right? With research showing that 34% of marriages end in divorce by their 20th anniversary, I’m looking forward to...
THINK Before You Speak: Kind Words Go a Long Way

THINK Before You Speak: Kind Words Go a Long Way

We all know the saying, sticks and stones can break my bones, but names can never hurt me — and from a young age we were led to believe its true too. Yet those of us who’ve been on the receiving end of names and spiteful words will testify to that maxim...
How a Porn Site Tried to Stop Me From Being a Good Dad

How a Porn Site Tried to Stop Me From Being a Good Dad

The fact that I came across a porn site while searching for something on parenting, really concerned me! Recently, following an disagreement with one of my sons, I stopped to reflect on how I could’ve managed the situation better. This led to me going online to...
How to be a Great Dad – 7 Essential Tips

How to be a Great Dad – 7 Essential Tips

Are you a dad? Do you ever plan to be a dad? If you answered yes, then this post is for you. Having been a dad for over 19 years, I know firsthand that it’s no easy task, so I’ll say upfront that for a multitude of reasons I feel unqualified to write this...
6 Principles That Will Make Your Marriage Work

6 Principles That Will Make Your Marriage Work

What an occasion! The wedding dress, the ceremony, and the speeches. But after the big day and the honeymoon, the real work of marriage begins. I’ve had the privilege of officiating and speaking at several marriages. And with each one I was reminded of the...
3 Reasons Why You Should Give Affirmation to Others

3 Reasons Why You Should Give Affirmation to Others

When asking friends about the benefits of giving affirmation, they can list them. Yet, when asked how good they are at giving affirmation, they confess to not being as good as they ‘ought to be’. To give affirmation is to positively assert approval of...

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