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Weddings Marriage Husband

When you say your vows on that special day, you vow to go through everything with your husband. You vow to stand by his side, in the most trying of times: sickness and health, for richer or poorer. But once the Honeymoon is over, and real life sets in, it …

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Codependency in Marriage

Marriage is an amazing institution.  There is so much passion, adventure, battles, and discoveries.  It is the union of two hearts and souls as one while still being their own person…unless codependency reigns. What is codependency?  Some might define it just as putting someone else’s needs before your own.  In …

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Signs You’re Ready to Tie the Knot

Getting married is one of the biggest events in a person’s life. A lot of questions run through the minds of couples before they are ready to tie the knot. Some couples date for more than five years before starting a family together. Some get married just after getting to know …

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Toxic People

Living Toxic: A Real Life Story of Living with a Toxic Partner I dedicate this artcle to all of us who have suffered the mental and physical anguish of living with a Toxic partner or spouse. Many of us unknowingly enter into relationships or marry people that bear psychological scars …

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Budget Tips for Newlyweds

Once the final wedding and honeymoon bills come in, newlyweds may be searching for any way they can to save money. There are many ways that they can do so. Heed the following budget tips. Save money on groceries Now that you are married and together, your whole food bill …

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The Mending Ground of Marriage

As I write this my husband, Randy, is hunched in a New Holland skid loader, grinding gears, scooping rich clay dirt into the bucket, jostling the machine back up the earthen ramp, and depositing said dirt into an ever-growing pile. You see, we are breaking ground for our first home, …

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