And the solution to help you get it right.
….and what we need to see more examples of in our culture.
...and a tool to help parents do it.
Smart dads can still have a huge impact during this challenging season.
Why have we not learned how important this is?
Practical steps parents can take to keep kids safe in a #MeToo world.
Here's real help for your hardest job.
Your teenagers need to know about this.
Troubling research...and an action plan for parents.
Everything is better when my spouse gets my best.
Beneath his body language that screams, "Go away" is a small voice saying, "Help me!"
If you really love your husband, you'll give him this. (No, it's not sex.)
Have the movies messed up our understanding of what love is?
Let's hear it for all the ordinary guys out there who DID NOT star in "The Notebook."
Take advantage of this free video resource that shares four cultural shifts that require parents to take action.
Your parents' impact on who you become is significant. Here's what you can do about it.
Even though your husband isn't broken...there is still a fix that can help him.
In a world where so few people are talking about these struggles openly, their honest experiences might encourage (or convict) someone you know.
It's about time we were honest about the realities of OUR family life.
These things are guaranteed to frustrate your kids. But you have the power to fix it.
Wives, you need to remind your husband how important these things are.
It harms their perception of sex, their deepest relationships, and, as research is now showing, their libidos.
I sometimes wish smartphones would just go away. But they're not going anywhere. Here's help for parents.
There's FINALLY an easy-to-use (yet powerful) tool to help parents manage and filter the Internet use in their homes.
When a wife shares an offense with her husband, he will usually choose the wrong response. It's time we learned the right one.
Failing to admit our failures (especially when they are so obvious) only serves to drive a wedge between us and our kids.
Too many times, (Christian) parents have it as their goal to make their kids good and moral. It is as if the entire purpose of their family’s spiritual life is to shape their children into law-abiding citizens who stay out of trouble. The only problem with this goal is that it runs in stark contrast to what the Bible teaches.
If imperfect and normal families like ours aren’t careful, the weekly grind can easily squeeze out opportunities to meaningfully connect in our marriages. So here are a few simple questions to help you regularly connect with your spouse...