Unraveling | The Forgiven Wife
When everything seems to be unraveling right before your eyes, it’s easy to see it as a bad thing. Consider that unraveling might be the very thing that allows you to rebuild something amazing.
Invest in Your Marriage | The Forgiven Wife
If you've been married a long time and things don't seem so great, it's easy to think about getting a fresh start. But consider this: you've already invested a lot of time in your marriage. Isn't it worth investing some effort as well, just to see what your marriage might become?
Lost in Translation | The Forgiven Wife
Intimacy in marriage includes knowing and accepting each other. My husband needs to accept that my sexuality is different from his, and he needs to accept that what I will give him in the form of my expression is the best way I can translate my feelings into his being desired. At the same time, I need to accept that my husband needs to feel sexually desirable to me. I learned that I could translate what I'm feeling emotionally into a sexual expression that will speak to my husband.
The Strength of Vulnerability in Marriage
Aren't we supposed to be stronger? Isn't that the goal in marriage? It might be - but how we get there is important, and this might go against what you've been told. Vulnerability in marriage is the key to strength, and you'll be challenged in how vulnerability shows itself in marriage! #strongermarriage #bettermarriage #christianmarriage #marriage
In the Raw | The Forgiven Wife
Crossroads in marriage sometimes are obvious; other times we don't realize until after the fact that we made a decision that shaped the trajectory of our marriage. In the rawness of those moments, it isn't always easy to see where we are going. In this post I share parts of a message I wrote to Big Guy during one of those raw moments when I was approaching what would turn out to be a crossroads.