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When Jordan and her husband met, he was a D1 college football player and she was part of a sorority on campus. On her blog, SoulScripts, Jordan describes the immense pressure and mixed messages the couple was faced with when they chose to save sex for marriage. Learn how they chose to engage in active dating, created

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This article from Erin Wildermuth discusses the importance of finding a supportive spouse. She writes, “Though not a necessary prerequisite to success, a supportive, positive partnership brightens the path and smooths the road.” Couples that support each other are more likely to take on more challenges and as a result, have more victories. Her article points to

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Real marriages aren’t perfectly scripted like those portrayed in movies. They take work, patience and constant learning. When couples take time to work on their marriage, there is more time to celebrate it! Consider the following advice on helping your marriage grow: Give it your all. Marriage requires work from both people and choosing to

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New relationships are exciting and filled with lots of emotion. With all of these new feelings, how do you determine if it is love or infatuation? Check out the differences below: The Fairy Tale – Infatuation Fall into it suddenly Wants sex or physical intimacy now Emotional ups and downs Emphasizes physical apperance Has an

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Marriage makes a difference! Did you know marriage has a transformative effect on the behavior, emotional health, and financial well-being of adults, especially men? Watch the video above to learn more about the benefits of marriage.

  In the video above, Jason Evert explains how to eliminate the confusion and drama of modern dating relationships. “If you win him with your body, you will keep him with your body,” Jason explains. Physical attraction can be replicated in the same way pleasure can be replicated in relationships that are not grounded in commitment.

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If you are anxiously waiting for “the one” you are not alone! A recent survey from the Pew Research Center found that the main reason single adults are not married is because they have not found the right person. With all the negative news on divorce and infidelity, it is encouraging to know that people still value

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Anna Weygandt shares her story with Moral Revolution in her article, The 23 Year Old Virgin. Anna describes growing up in an environment where sex was never discussed. She describes being constantly reminded of the negative impacts of sex outside of marriage without being taught that sex is a powerful, bonding, life-giving gift within marriage. Click HERE to

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“You should have sex with the people you date because you need to know you are sexually compatible.” This myth would not be a myth if sex were static. But it is not. Even secular sex columnists agree that sex is composed of learned “skills.” Indeed, sex requires a level of communication, practice and patience. This reality

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According to Marripedia, children raised in intact families tend to be healthier, have better access to health care and exhibit less emotional and behavioral difficulties as compared to children raised in non-intact families. However, the percent of married-parent families has significantly declined over the past 50 years, while the proportion of divorced, cohabiting and single-parent families

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