Repeat Conversations: Solved

Ever feel like your spouse just doesn't pay attention or remember a thing you said? What's the solution to preventing repeat conversations? 1. Put the phones and devices on silent or learn to totally ignore them until your conversation is over. 2. Make eye contact and focus on what the speaker is saying. (Asking questions... Continue Reading →

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Confidence Refueled: 3 Days of Quotes – Day 3

Just this week my family and I had to go to Philadelphia for an appointment. We don't like to go to cities all that often as we like the quiet atmosphere of the country. While we were waiting for our names to be called, I noticed my ten year old son looking uncomfortable as he... Continue Reading →

3 Days of Quotes-Day 2

“Couples who work together learn how to take stress not as a personal attack but as a challenge they can take on together. The key to growth and enrichment in marriage is in discovering ways to convey, "I understand how you feel and I'm going to do my best to meet your needs. I love... Continue Reading →

3 Days of Quotes-Day 1

“Love is something you do for someone else, not something you do for yourself.” ― Gary Chapman, The Five Love Languages Singles Edition I believe that many people go into marriage with the idea that they could somehow continue to behave as though they were single. Various media platforms portray married celebrities who behave as though they... Continue Reading →

June’s Challenge

Love a challenge? Take on the marriage challenges here on LoftForum! They will empower you to take your marriage to new heights. June's Challenge: Use at least 4 different kissing techniques, during this month, when you kiss your spouse. Kissing can work to create a stronger bond between spouses. Reply with a 👍 if you're... Continue Reading →

Fighting In Marriage

As we've FINALLY been getting some warmer weather in our part of the world and the wedding season begins (or has it already begun?) my mind goes back to the day I got married. This post is not about my wedding day nor is it about how giddy I felt once I was married. My... Continue Reading →

The NEED For Romance In Every Marriage

During the pre-marriage phase, romance consists of feelings of excitement and mystery that is connected with love. However, in marriage, romance takes on a slightly different meaning. It is the little (or big) things that are done spontaneously for and to a spouse that reminds them that they are loved. Romance is usually projected to... Continue Reading →

Honeymoon Destinations

Would you like to revisit your honeymoon destination with your spouse? After being married for 12 years, my husband and I have decided that we would love to revisit our honeymoon destination. We had visited Paris, France for 5 days and then returned back home. While we had a great time, experienced jet lag, and... Continue Reading →

To Gift or Not to Gift

As the month of February has officially begun, so has the pressure to buy something for the person you love. In two week's time, the holiday celebrating love will be upon us. Is it love that is really celebrated on this day or is it more of a commercialized love that's being celebrated? It is... Continue Reading →

4 Ways a Kiss Creates A Stronger Bond

You and your spouse may have different forms of kissing. Perhaps you may give a small peck on the lips, a long kiss, or something more unique and passionate. Kissing is one of the ways to bond with your spouse. Not only in one way but in several! Since our lips are filled with sensory... Continue Reading →

An Intimate Bond

While sex should be viewed as an intimate bond between husband and wife, it should never be used as a prize or viewed as a game. Withholding sex from your spouse doesn't bring on positive feelings. Instead, it increases feelings of resentment, anger, and negativity. That doesn't sound like a recipe for a positive marriage,... Continue Reading →

Improving Your Union

Before the new year hits, my husband and I take a few minutes to set a marriage goal for the new year. People do this all the time with personal goals and even financial goals, so why not set a marriage goal? We just simply reflect on our marriage during that year and see what... Continue Reading →

Energize Your Marriage

We have usual times when we say, "I love you" to our spouses, such as when we leave for work or when we return home. Sometimes the meaning behind these words can lose their value. Start saying "I love you " at times your spouse wouldn't expect it. Try giving one reason (of the many)... Continue Reading →

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