Successful marriages don’t thrive because of so-called “chemistry,” good luck, or wishful thinking. They thrive because the couple sacrifice their own interests for the sake of each other.
On our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Embracing Your Role as a Spouse,” our guest, author Kevin Thompson, describes three roles of a spouse:
As friends, spouses play and laugh together.
As partners, spouses handle conflict and communicate well.
As lovers, spouses put sizzle into their relationship.