No one likes getting into conflict, especially with their spouse. Lisa Popcak, co-author of “Just Married: The Catholic Guide to Surviving and Thriving in the First Five Years of Marriage,” explains how to manage spousal conflict practically so as to not hinder but rather deepen your marriage relationship.
It is very easy to neglect showing love to your spouse in the little, everyday things. Lisa Popcak, co-author of “Just Married: The Catholic Guild to Surviving and Thriving in the first 5 years of Marriage,” gives some practical advise on how to proactively make time to love your spouse in the day to day things.
It can be very easy to get into the habit of making negative or harmful remarks to your spouse without even realizing it. But Lisa Popcak, Co-Author of “Just Married: The Catholic Guild to Surviving and Thriving in the First 5 Years of Marriage,” explains how to encourage your spouse and build up your marriage relationship by the words you choose.
Men and women weren’t made different FROM each other. They were made different FOR each other! Theology of the Body Institute Executive Director Damon Owens explores the special vocations that come with being men and women, as well as how to make a gift of oneself.
How can a married couple keep their romance alive, maintaining that deep, close relationship with each other all throughout the different stages of married life? Fr. Thomas Loyla STB, MA, Tabor Life Institute Speaker, simply states that all it takes is creating and maintaining a “common vision” with each other.