The good thing is our common interests outnumbered our differences, but that doesn't mean those differences haven't provided challenges at times.
If change is inevitable, how can we better embrace it in our husbands and ultimately in our marriages?
Join me and some of my blogging friends for this new series on marriage.
Here are 4 ways you can have patience in your marriage when it comes to the "killing" of bad habits.
We chatted with author and speaker Arlene Pellicane about her book, "31 Days to a Happy Wife."
After my third screening, I was hit with a hard reality. As much as I wanted to be like Anna, I identified more closely with Elsa.
Do you want to be inspired, motivated, and equipped to live the everyday story of your life well?
If so, you’re in the right place. Whether you need encouragement in your relationships or in your faith, I hope you’ll find the transparent voices of mentors and friends here at Ungrind.
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Ashleigh Slater, Founder & Managing Editor
"Real life is not always pleasant. Every marriage experiences disappointments, misunderstandings, sickness and financial crisis. Ashleigh doesn’t camouflage the pain in her own marriage, and offers practical ideas on how to walk through the difficulties and find intimacy on the journey. If you are anything like me, I predict that as you read, you too will find yourself laughing, wiping tears, and saying 'Oh, yes.'"
-- Gary Chapman, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages