Everyone has insecurities of some sort. These insecurities can present themselves in many ways, both emotionally and physically. Let's look at some common ways insecurity in men can manifest in marriage.
Have you ever felt the excitement of new love? When love begins, it’s thrilling, and you think about the person often. But is this genuinely love, or is it infatuation? And if it is true love, will it last?
Did you know there's a process to falling in love? At Marriage Helper, we call it the LovePath. Whether you knew it or not, you followed a process that led you to fall in love with your spouse.
Something has changed in your marriage, but you can’t quite put your finger on it. You’re trying not to panic, but you can’t shake this feeling that your wife doesn’t love you anymore.
An ultimatum says that a specific thing needs to stop or occur in a certain time frame. Is there a place for ultimatums in relationships? Can they be a helpful tool, or are they just another type of control?
Being controlled by anyone is terrible, but it's especially painful when the person controlling you is the person who should be the most accepting of you. So what do you do if you're married to a controlling wife?
You’ve caught your husband looking at other women online. Do you scream, rant, cry, or throw things? While that might be an understandable response, it’s not the best way to try and solve the situation.