Fully Well Blog
Our blog provides you with practical tips and help for improving your marriage. We’ll teach you how to better understand one another and how to connect more intimately than you have in the past.
I work with lots of couples looking to improve their marital intimacy. While the actual concern may differ from one person to the next (desire level differences, pain with sex, affair recovery...) there is one big important component to working on your sex life. Tune...
I had the opportunity recently to interview Pastors Dave and Ann Barringer, from Kalamzoo First. They've been married for a couple of decades now and share candidly about struggles they had with transitions early in their marriage as well as personality differences...
Pretty often I get questions through email. Typically, I just answer those as an email back to the reader, but I've decided to be more intentional about giving this answers to a wider audience by including it here on the blog. In this episode, I address the big...
Have you thought about what your theology of sex is? It seems like a strange question for most. After all, theology is, by definition, the study of God. So how is it that we could have a "study of God" about sex? Coming up with your personal theology could take a...
Are you experiencing painful sex? If so, you’re not alone. It is estimated that 3 out of 4 women will experience painful sex at some point in their lives. That’s a whopping 75% of women that occasionally (or maybe often) experience pain with intercourse. One of the...
I've been married just over 9 years now and if I can be honest here, I have to say that being intentional about a date night has been one of the hardest things for us in marriage. There are a couple of things that just stand in the way for us. We haven't been...
5 Reasons Your Marriage Is Suffering
Here’s your gameplan for a more intimate marriage.
Marriage can definitely be difficult at times and there’s no such thing as a perfect relationship, but every married Christian deserves a deeply intimate marriage that helps them feel connected to their spouse. Afterall, marriage was designed to be a reflection of Christ and the Church. That means marriage should connect us to one another and help us better understand the goodness of God. This guide will give you practical steps for making that happen.
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