Maybe you've heard this before... "Would you just 'calm down?'" Words that have never been more insulting than when you are looking at your spouse who has just hurt you again or continues to hurt you over and over. It's an easy defense to say that you're just "overreacting," but what if you are? How…
How many of you grew up in a home where you were truly allowed to thrive? I’m talking about when you set out on your bike and really explored - when you listened to the entire soundtrack of “Toy Story” in your underwear creating a story filled with tragedy, hope and redemption - when you…
Read Part 1 & Part 2 of this three part series before continuing below. The two previous articles give us a foundation for relationships and marriages as we move to our final steps to having a deeper, more intimate connection and marriage with the person that we love the most. Over this past weekend I was…
Helping couples is quickly becoming my main focus in my counseling practice and for a good reason - Healthy families begin with healthy couples - If we can change our marriages, we can change generations, we can change communities, we can change cities, we can change the world. What legacy are you leaving behind?
10 years ago as a 17-year-old, I decided I wanted to become a counselor. 10 years later, I have been apart of restored marriages, reunified families, hope-filled testimonies and able to witness the power of God through myself and my clients. If you know somebody or are somebody looking for hope in their marriage - this article is not the answer, but is a simple start towards renewed relationships and change.
Don't press the "autopilot" button on your intimacy in your marriage. Follow these steps to maintaining intimacy for a lifetime of love.
I have always heard the phrase "happy wife, happy life" growing up and have actually given into the lie so many of us believe. The truth of a truly satisfying marriage (and life) lies in our relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ. What role are you playing in your marriage?
Watch and listen to an uplifting song that speaks towards coming close to God trusting God - being committed to fulfilling His purpose for your life.
Part of having a happy relationship is to be able to communicate effectively during conflict. To achieve this, couples must avoid what Dr. John Gottman calls the "four horsemen of the apocalypse." Find out if these toxic behaviors may be infecting your relationship.
Many struggle with temptation and are desperate to find a way out. Here is a list of 7 truth about temptation to prepare yourself to overcome temptation and celebrate in victory. Logan Everett practices on the northeast and south sides of Indianapolis. You can contact him by calling (317) 572-7411 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.