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  • Pull Together when you're Pulled Apart

    Pull Together when you're Pulled Apart

    Sometimes the biggest conflicts in marriage are over the most trivial issues. One of the silliest fights Kay and I ever had was over bath soap. For me, a hot steamy shower is a spiritual experience ... right up there with eating fresh cinnamon rolls. I also happen to be a person who gets bored very quickly with the same thing. So I like variety. I don't want to use the same kind of soap for 42 years.

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  • To Resolve Conflict -- START

    To Resolve Conflict -- START

    The first step in resolving conflict is to disagree with respect and communication. Here are five easily remembered helps. Why not START today to resolve the conflicts of your life?

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  • How to Be a Loving Husband

    How to Be a Loving Husband

    Christ commands husbands to love their wives in the same way that He loves His church.

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  • How to Deal with Loss

    How to Deal with Loss

    Difficulty and loss can bring great grief into the life of a family. But there are ways to deal with loss.

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  • Overcoming Abuse in the Home

    Overcoming Abuse in the Home

    Is there anything I can do when there is abuse of a family member?

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  • What Makes a Marriage Good?

    What Makes a Marriage Good?

    What is it that makes a marriage a good marriage?

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  • Love's Number One Enemy...Unresolved Anger

    Love's Number One Enemy...Unresolved Anger

    What's the number one enemy of love? Marriage expert Gary Smalley says unresolved anger is enemy number one when it comes to love. If you don't deal with it, it will eat away at your happiness and your marriage. Read More

  • How to Be a Loving Wife

    How to Be a Loving Wife

    There are many things that a woman do to become a loving wife.

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  • Solutions for Sexual Problems in Marriage

    Solutions for Sexual Problems in Marriage

    Here are some ways to bring sexual healing within marriage.

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  • When Our Children Become Adults

    When Our Children Become Adults

    How do family relationships change when children become adults?

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  • Crisis-proof your budget

    Crisis-proof your budget

    When Paula Bliss divorced her husband six years ago, she hit the Dallas department stores to buy what amounted to a single-parent survival kit: work clothes, bed, sofa, toaster oven, vacuum cleaner. The purchases totaled $2,600, and her credit card payments added up to $100 per month-- much more than the single mother of one could afford. Says Bliss, "It took me three years to pay off those debts."

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  • Fifteen Guidelines on Disciplining Your Children

    Fifteen Guidelines on Disciplining Your Children

    The Bible gives us some helpful guidelines on how to discipline our children.

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  • Ways to Prepare for a Mate

    Ways to Prepare for a Mate

    Most people will get married. But all of us will be unmarried for a time. Some people are unmarried for a time while they seek a mate. Others become single again through death or divorce. Some remain unmarried throughout their lives. In this lesson, we will consider how we prepare for marriage.

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  • How to Make Good Decisions about Life Together

    How to Make Good Decisions about Life Together

    This article gives some Biblical advice on how to make decisions together as husband and wife.

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  • The Power of Marriage

    The Power of Marriage

    Princess Diana was asked after her separation from Prince Charles what effect their marital relationship had on her. "More than I will probably ever know," she responded.

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  • Seven Keys to Being a Good Parent

    Seven Keys to Being a Good Parent

    Every parent wants their children to grow up to be successful adults. God's word gives parents guidance to help them succeed in raising their children.

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  • Communication Mistakes Between Men and Women

    Communication Mistakes Between Men and Women


    A challenge in all marriages is for the husband and wife to communicate properly with each other.

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  • Berate or Communicate?

    Berate or Communicate?

    Neither of us liked confrontation. Hurts and miscommunications piled up. I found myself snapping at my husband, sending "zingers" on their destructive way. I spent a lot of time in tears of frustration, and he spent a lot of time at the office. Read More

  • Internet Relationships: Caution!

    Internet Relationships: Caution!

    The internet has brought us a lot of advantages, but we need to be careful when we enter into an Internet relationship!

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  • Good Communication During Marriage Conflict

    Good Communication During Marriage Conflict

    Five Ways People React to Conflict

    People react to conflict based on their culture, their nature, and the examples they
    have seen. Most people react to conflict in one of five ways.

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  • Understanding Your Spouse's Sexual Needs

    Understanding Your Spouse's Sexual Needs

    Both the husband and the wife need to understand the sexual needs and desires of their spouse.

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  • The Freedoms of Abstinence

    The Freedoms of Abstinence

  • The Young Couple's Financial Checklist

    The Young Couple's Financial Checklist

    There are a lot of experts in my life. My insurance agent says adequate coverage for all scenarios would take about 15 percent of my income. My home mortgage provider approved us for a loan that would use up 40 percent of my income. My CPA advises at least 25 percent toward taxes to avoid paying in at year's end. The kids' college fund needs another 5 percent. Our nutritionist, pastor, and car salesman would like to see at least 15 percent going in each of those directions. That totals 130 percent of my present income! Read More

  • Sliding Through

    Sliding Through

    As I waited for my husband one afternoon at the mall, I watched several kids slide by me. One moment, they were walking normally, and the next, they were happily sliding across the tile floors. Apparently, they and their parents had opted to buy the latest fad: a shoe with a wheel inside the heel. Read More

  • The Three Stages of Growth in Marriage

    The Three Stages of Growth in Marriage

    The Bible tells us, "By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established" (Prov. 24:3). In other words, God wants you to be wise and understand how to build your marriage and family.

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Welcome to Family-Relationships.com!

We believe that being successful in all relationships begins with you knowing Jesus Christ personally. You will receive wisdom for living as you walk with Him and read the Bible daily.  While we offer our thoughts on marriage and family relationships, we recommend that you visit a Christian counselor who is trained in these matters from a biblical perspective for further information. Now, we hope you are blessed by the articles and videos.  Please click a response button and we will be happy to interact with you!

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  • Prepare for Marriage

    We want to help you understand how you can be best prepared for marriage and aspects about marriage that you must understand before you are married. Your preparation will help your start your marriage properly.
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  • Adjust to Marriage

    Every marriage must make adjustments during life’s journey! We want to help you understand key issues in relating to your marriage partner so that you can response properly and avoid the obstacles that hinder good marriage relations.
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  • Relating in a Family

    While most of us are trained to succeed in our jobs at work, few of us are equipped to relate properly to our spouse and children. Here are some ways that you can grow as a married person and as
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  • Succeeding as a Family

    There are many obstacles that cause marriages to fail. We want to help you deal rightly with those obstacles so that you can have healthy marriage and family relationships.
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