Nice guys can finish first. A new Michigan State University Study published in the Journal of Research and Personality found that being a nice and pleasant partner is a more important factor than compatibility. What the researchers found most surprising was that things like shared interests and similar personalities had very little to do with…

Is technology interference destroying your relationship? Phones may be negatively impacting your romantic relationships, in addition to your sex life. One of the big ways they are hurting relationships is by impacting couples’ communication patterns. We live in an age where conversations have been replaced with endless scrolling through social media apps and sites. As…

Could marriage lower dementia risk? A Michigan State University study found that married people may be less likely to develop dementia as they age. The research also suggests that divorcees are more likely to develop dementia compared to those who are widowed, cohabiters or did not marry at all. Another interesting find? Divorced men have…

Late last week, Justin Bieber took to Instagram to share a powerful testimony about the power of both God’s love and love in his marriage. The superstar singer has been known to have some dark moments on his road from childhood star to husband. He opened his post with an honest admission that he suffered…

Faith-based marriage enrichment program Worldwide Marriage Encounter recently announced the 2019 longest married couple winners. WME selected DW and Willie Williams of North Carolina who married August 17, 1937 in Newberry, South Carolina. They will celebrate their 82nd anniversary this year. “We are truly honored and privileged to recognize the Williams’ for their long marriage,”…

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