5 Tips for Husbands Whose Wives Have Suffered Abuse

This is a guest post from Denise Rezsonya. Denise is a Christian author, speaker, and youth advocate who inspires teens and families through faith. She’s the author of the Be The Light series, developed to help adults introduce faith-based concepts to youth which can be applied to their every day lives. You can read more from Denise on her blog, DeniseRezsonya.com, and connect with her on Facebook. If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

If your wife has suffered past abuse, it’s important that you support her and work with her to help her recover from the myriad of emotions that come with being abused. She may feel shame, hurt, anger, and/or sadness over this part of her life, and she will need you to stand by her side and help her.

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As her husband you need to understand that abuse isn’t something that happens one time and then it’s over. For your wife, she will carry that with her forever and remnants of that abuse can surface at any time. As such, she will be looking to you for strength. You are her husband, her pillar, and how you react and treat her will go a long way in her recovery.

3 Steps to an Argument-Free Marriage

Arguments and marriage seem to go hand in hand. Anytime you bring two people together for an extended period of time, disagreements will happen. And due to the intimate nature of marriage, those disagreements can turn into arguments.

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But after watching a Ted Talk recently, there may be an “argument” that marriage and arguments don’t have to go together. My friend, Fawn Weaver (Happy Wives Club), is leading the charge in saying we all can have an argument-free marriage. Her marriage has been completely argument free for years.

How Your Marriage Can Survive After an Affair

What happens when the trust has been broken in your marriage through infidelity? Can a marriage survive after an affair? Can your marriage survive after an affair?

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Honestly, it’s something I hope I never have to face. Last night on the 7 Rings of Marriage Web Show we interviewed Justin and Trisha Davis. They’ve experienced infidelity in the marriage and their marriage survived to tell about it.

2 Simple Ways to Save Your Marriage from Drifting Apart

This is a guest post from Kimunya Mugo. Kimunya helps to inspire, motivate and equip individuals, businesses and organizations to explore their true Identity, unleash the Leader in them and build a transformational Legacy. He and his wife Harriette, the parents of three awesome children are also parenting coaches residing in Nairobi, Kenya. You can connect with Kimunya on his blog, Twitter, and Facebook. If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

I can hear the melodious voice of Louis Armstrong reverberate in my mind. It transports me to another realm altogether. As it blends with my heart beat, I begin to smile. A smile that ushers in another soul into mine. My beloved wife…

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Is a Device Addiction Destroying Your Family?

This is a guest post from Justin Ricklefs. Justin is a blogger at JustinRicklefs.com where he blogs about reclaiming the things that matter most in business, wellness and home. Husband to Brooke. Daddy to four girls & one boy. He’s a sales executive, and writer for HuffPost Parents and GoodMenProject.com. You can follow Justin on Twitter @justinricklefs. If you want to guest post on my blog, check out my guest post guidelines and submit your post.

“Dad, quit looking at your stupid phone.” My seven year old uttered those words to me on a beautiful fall day while we were playing at the park.

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I should be more clear. She was playing at the park. I was playing on my phone.

Her words cut me to the core.

Are You Messing Up In Trying to Be the Man Your Family Needs?

While I’m not a big TV watcher, I’ve recently gotten into a show on Netflix that I now watch somewhat regularly. I have to admit, some weekends I even binge watch. I’m way late to the party on it, but Breaking Bad is “my show” on Netflix.

The Man Your Family Needs

As someone who is very passionate about my family, who tries to put my family first, and works to the best of my ability to provide for them, Breaking Bad hits me right there.

A Plan for Having Successful In-Law Relationships

This is a guest post by Kevin Bullard of Marriage Works!, a site dedicated to helping create more healthy marriages and functional families. In this guest post, Kevin shares a story someone shared with him about a difficult in-law relationship and how it impacted their marriage. At the end of the post is a special offer for you. If you want to guest post on my blog, check out the guidelines and submit your post.

Food Allergies? How to (and Why) Start a Juice Feast (not fast)

Milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish. For many, that’s the weekly grocery list or ingredients for a special dish. For my family, it’s the 6 ingredients which we must keep far away from our toddler.  I learned of his food allergies at the tender age of 5 months and it’s forever changed my life.

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This is a guest post by Leneille Moon.  Leneille is a wife and mother of 3 kids, two by birth, one by marriage.  She is the author of Patty’s Secret: A Tale of a Girl with Food Allergies, and a juicing enthusiast, which developed from a quest to find more things her food allergic child could eat, while attempting to make her entire family healthier.  Her blog, Juice Junkie, was created to help you in your quest to begin living a healthier lifestyle through juicing and a healthy diet.  Follow her on Instagram, and check out her blog.  If you want to guest post on my blog, check out the guidelines here.