Family gatherings at Christmas can lead to stressful conversations – so here are 3 things to keep in mind to avoid the conflict.
In these divided times of raised voices and clenched fists, maybe the real measure of our humanity is whether we can step in to help those aren’t like us.
These are some good questions that might help you decide what to do in the aftermath of a fight, and to help you decide whether you are ready to process.
Not sure how to deal with toxic family members? Here’s how to identify the signs of a toxic relationship and what the Bible has to say about cutting ties.
Sometimes I ignore my husband.There, I said it. But before you jump to conclusions, allow me to clarify–it’s not for the reason you probably think.
Communicating better by asking for honest input will reveal areas that you may need to work on to build trust in your relationship.
According to the experts, writing in a journal can help you reduce stress, increase creativity, solve problems, and manage conflict.
Conflict is inevitable, even Jesus said so! Here are 12 powerful relational tools to respond to conflict from a biblical perspective.
Author: Amy Van Veen | Focus On The Family. “The first five years were the…