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Baby, Lovin' You Is Fun

Baby, Lovin' You Is Fun

Married couples who play together stay together.
Is Your House Husband-Proof?

Is Your House Husband-Proof?

How to preserve your husband’s emotional safety
Intimacy Is More Important than You Think

Intimacy Is More Important than You Think

Why it’s the secret to feeling better
Is There an "I" in Wife?

Is There an "I" in Wife?

Staying true to your identity once you’re married is harder than it looks.
Love and Life After Kids

Love and Life After Kids

Intentional relationship can fall by the wayside—here’s how to refocus yourselves

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Our editors have compiled the best on Enrichment topics from the archives. Here you'll find fresh, relevant, and honest articles that makes Today's Christian Woman a mentor to thousands of women.

What Husbands Need

What Husbands Need

A wife's guide to understanding her spouse
Expecting a "You Complete Me" Kind of Marriage

Expecting a "You Complete Me" Kind of Marriage

I wanted my husband to do what I needed God to do
How I Ruined My Marriage

How I Ruined My Marriage

One divorced woman’s cautionary tale
The Best Marriage Advice I've Ever Heard

The Best Marriage Advice I've Ever Heard

. . . and 3 tips for conquering conflict
Kick Your Husband Out of the House

Kick Your Husband Out of the House

Trust me, it’s good for your marriage.

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Romance + Sex

Romance + Sex

Physical intimacy and connection is amazing and powerful in a marriage relationship—and totally God’s idea.
Help + Healing

Help + Healing

All marriages hit rough spots—some go all the way to the brink of divorce. Yet God offers hope, strength, and even joy in the midst of the most difficult times in a relationship.
Divorce + Blended Families

Divorce + Blended Families

Ghosts of marriages past don't have to linger and get in the way of your new relationship. Blending marriages and families have their own sets of challenges—but also their own sets of joys.
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