• 3 Ways to Reconnect with Your Spouse
    Family,  Relationships

    3 Ways to Reconnect with Your Spouse

    As parents and soul mates, we have so much on our plates every day of the week. After being together for 20-plus years, we’ve been through all the ups-and-downs that life has to offer. With two kids out of school and in college and the youngest going to high school next year, we’ve decided to make some changes. While parenting will never take a back burner, we decided to focus on our marriage and each other more. One of the things we’re doing is trying to get out of each other’s comfort zone. For the first time since we’ve been together, she’s watching sports with me. On the other hand,…

  • 4 Great Gifts Ideas for Wifey on Your Anniversary
    Gift Ideas,  Marriage

    4 Great Gift Ideas for Wifey on Your Anniversary

    It’s crazy that my wife and I have been together since I was 19-years-old, she’s two years younger. We’ve been together for over 20 years and it seems like things are still trending in the right direction. Since we have two kids that have graduated high school, we spend more time together. We have our youngest daughter, who’s entering her final year of middle school this year. One thing we try to do at least once a month is go on a date together. There we can spend quality time talking about damn near everything that’s going on in our lives and the world around us. September is the month…

  • Small and Simple Habits for a Happy Marriage

    Small and Simple Habits for a Happy Marriage

    Marriage is a landmark achievement in one’s life. Tying the knot and saying the phrase, “I do” is something that you and your spouse will remember for the rest of your life. That said, marriage can be a difficult relationship to maintain. With all of the responsibilities that come with marriage, there will be many difficulties that will come along the way. To ensure that you experience a long and healthy marriage, here are some suggestions to help you in this special phase of your life. You can also visit Prime Lawyers family law page for further guidance. Practice Honesty Honesty is the foundation of any marriage that will last…

  • Marriage

    Tips on Spring Cleaning Your Marriage

    When Spring Cleaning, people tend to focus on the home, car, or physical tasks, but have you spring cleaned your marriage? Just like anything you won, your marriage is something that can get dusty, broken, and in need of attention if you neglect it. Getting your marriage back on track doesn’t mean that your marriage is failing, but rather that you are willing to do the work to keep it from failing. Check out these simple tips on how men can make their marriages stronger. Take time Too often, husbands and wives are too busy for one another. Life happens, things get hectic, but setting aside time for your spouse…

  • Positive Influence On Their Kids' Future Marriages

    3 Ways Dads Can Be a Positive Influence On Their Kids’ Future Marriages

    It’s no secret that dads play an important role on the development of their children, but did you know that dads directly impact their kids’ future marriages? Dads will help daughters determine the type of man she will marry, and their sons determine the type of husband they will be. They also help play a huge role in whether their kids will marry at all or become divorced. If you are a father and want to impress upon your children the importance of a healthy, happy marriage, check out these tips on how you can become a positive marital influence. Love your wife This doesn’t mean to just marry your…

  • Romance

    Rekindle the Romance in Your Marriage

    The fairy tale always seems to end when the hero and heroine get married. We just hear that they “lived happily ever after,” but no one tells you what that looks like. For most of us, the first few years of marriage are fantastic. You’re in that honeymoon phase and are blissfully in love and excited about your new life together. After you move out of that phase, the romance starts to fade. You get complacent, and you begin to take each other for granted. You don’t make as much of an effort with one another, and you focus more on practical things like paying the bills or tending to…