The Art of Apology in Marriage:  How to Say Sorry Like You Mean it

4 Ways to say sorry like you mean it. The art of apology in marriage

Successful marriages are established and maintained by . . . REPENTANCE By Celeste This post is part of a 10-part series celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Family: A Proclamation to the World, specifically the sentence, “”Successful marriages and families are established and maintained on principles of faith, prayer, repentance, forgiveness, respect, love, compassion, work, and wholesome recreational activities.” I’ll be tackling both today and tomorrow’s topics: repentance and forgiveness.  One on how you react when you do something wrong (repentance) and the other on how you react when your spouse does something wrong (forgiveness).  In marriage, we tend wrong… Read More

The 3 Worst Things You Can Do When You’re Wrong

What to do when you're wrong

By Rich Hey. Look. I’m going to try and break this to you gently. You and I both know that generally, you’re a good spouse. You usually pay attention to your partner’s needs. You are pretty good about keeping calm and even when your spouse does something that you wouldn’t do a lot of the time you remember that, hey, it’s not that big a deal. But more important than that, you do a good job (again, usually this is true!) of making your spouse feel loved and important, letting them know that you value their opinion and you consider… Read More