When the Widow Gets Engaged

So, my boyfriend of two years proposed, and I accepted. I’m very excited to begin my life with him as he’s been a very close friend since we met in college, we’re so compatible, and we just genuinely enjoy each other. However, it is an adjustment for some people because for the last five years my testimony as a young widow with children has been a major part of my ministry. I’ve had the … [Read more...]

Partner Post: Rising From The Ashes: Tools To Make A Break From The Past After A Relationship Ending

Source When you are trying to communicate a sense of unity, whether you’re in a relationship or a marriage, it can be a long-lasting challenge but can feel like you're clutching at straws if the relationship is feeling like it cannot be salvaged. And for all of the pain and heartache that comes with a breakup, it can take a long time for you to make a break with the past. When we start a new … [Read more...]

Partner Post: Common Sources Of Relationship Strain

Any relationship is going to have moments of stress and strain. It is only natural. However, there are certain issues and matters that are much more likely to cause friction than others. Being aware of these sources of strain can help you to manage them so that they do not become out of hand. With that being said, read on to discover more about the common sources of relationship strain. Money … [Read more...]