TCW's Top 10 Marriage & Parenting Articles of 2013

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TCW readers are passionate about a lot of things, but marriage and parenting have been two of the top three most-read categories all year. Here's a recap of 2013's most-read marriage and parenting articles on topics ranging from satisfaction, intimacy, sex, suburban life, nurturing faith and curiosity, and more:

TCW's Top Six Marriage Articles of 2013:

  1. Expecting a "You Complete Me" Kind of Marriage by Alexandra Kuykendall
  2. Marriages Are Like Snowflakes by Alexandria Lopez
  3. Holy Resignation by Dorothy Greco
  4. Why I No Longer Fear the Other Woman by Doña Jackson
  5. Guidelines for Christian Sex by Dr. Juli Slattery
  6. Marriage Is for Holiness, Not Just Happiness by Paul and Halee Scott
  7. Don't Say, "We Grew Apart" by Patricia Hartman
  8. For Better or Worseby Domeniek L. Harris
  9. Learn to Love Your Husband—Again by Virelle Kidder
  10. How God Used the Army to Strengthen My Marriage by DeAnna Acker

Read all of our marriage + sex content on our collection page, and glean wisdom from our regular contributor, Dr. Juli Slattery, at this link.

TCW's Top Six Parenting Articles of 2013:

  1. Mission: Quiet Suburban Life by Cathy Quock
  2. Teaching Kids to Take Initiative by Tammy Darling
  3. Remember—God Reaches Out to Our Children by Janelle Alberts
  4. Nurturing Faith and Curiosity by Keri Wyatt Kent
  5. A Parent's Guide to Anxiety by Sissy Goff
  6. Parenting Children with Mental Illness by Diane Ramirez
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