How can a wife encourage her husband to put more effort into their marriage? Before she confronts her husband, she should begin by acknowledging her own failures. Then, speaking his love language, she should ask if he'd be willing to put some extra effort into their marriage.
Can your "in-love" experience as an engaged couple run out before you get married? If you've been dating for more than two years, you can often come down off of that initial in-love high. This is a good opportunity to assess whether or not you're truly in love.
Most counselors agree that one of the greatest problems in marriage is decision-making. When a couple doesn't agree with each other, it leads to deadlock. Find out how to break the deadlock on the next edition of A Love Language Minute.
Men need to hold each other accountable. Accountability groups in a church provide men with ways to challenge each other to spiritual growth.
We're all busy - sometimes too busy to listen. Listening is the only way that you will understand your spouse's thoughts and feelings.
Gary Chapman, Ph.D. is an author, speaker, and counselor that has a passion for people, and for helping them form lasting relationships. Chapman is a well-known marriage counselor and director of marriage seminars. The 5 Love Languages® is one of Chapman’s most popular titles, topping various bestseller charts for years, selling over twelve million copies and has been on the the New York Times best-sellers list continuously since 2007. Chapman has been directly involved in real-life family counseling since the beginning of his ministry years, and his nationally-syndicated radio programs air nationally on Moody Radio Network and over 400 affiliate stations.
A Love Language™ Minute draws from Dr. Gary Chapman's years of counseling experience, excerpts from his live events, and his answers to listeners' questions to give encouragement and practical help and hope for the relationships in your life