Fully Well Blog
Our blog provides you with practical tips and help for improving your marriage. We’ll teach you how to better understand one another and how to connect more intimately than you have in the past.
How many times in a week or a day do you say, "I just don't have any time?" I know for me, I can say this phrase several times a week and it's always true. Life just doesn't seem to slow down. "Lack of time" is one of the main reasons that couples find themselves...
Hey Christian Wife: If you have a higher sex drive than your husband, I want you to know that you are NOT alone! And, I want you to know that you don't have to live with a ton of tension in your marriage because of a mismatched desire. There's help for Christian wives...
Trying to find a therapist can be a bit intimidating for people. This is especially the case if your only experiences of counseling come from TV and movies. Many people are unsure what therapists do, how much training they have, and if a therapist can really help...
For any of us who like doing a cost-benefit analysis when thinking of adding an expense or engaging in a service, it’s important to ask about the pros and cons of seeing a marriage counselor. Let’s take a look at the costs or the cons first. Note that I’ll be...
I’m sure you’ve noticed that you have several options when you start looking for help with your marriage. I’m going to run through some of the more popular choices for face-to-face professional help so you can be well-informed as you make this important decision. ...
I recently had an opportunity to join a pastor friend of mine, David Barringer, for his Marriage Monday series. We spent just about half an hour talking about sex in marriage. Some of our main topics during this talk: Why doesn't the church talk about sex more...
5 Reasons Your Marriage Is Suffering
Here’s your gameplan for a more intimate marriage.
Marriage can definitely be difficult at times and there’s no such thing as a perfect relationship, but every married Christian deserves a deeply intimate marriage that helps them feel connected to their spouse. Afterall, marriage was designed to be a reflection of Christ and the Church. That means marriage should connect us to one another and help us better understand the goodness of God. This guide will give you practical steps for making that happen.
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