Most of us have spent a lot more time at home than we would have imagined possible a few weeks ago. The good news is that we’ve gotten plenty of extra time in close quarters to spend with our spouse.
The bad news … is that we’ve gotten plenty of extra time in close quarters to spend with our spouse!
When people are thrown together in stressful situations, the good and the bad eventually bubble to the surface. What’s important to remember is that stress doesn’t create problems. It reveals trouble that’s already there.
Fortunately, there are answers for those troubles.
Dr. Gary Chapman is with us on our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Loving and Serving Your Spouse During the Pandemic” to share practical ways you can deepen your relationship through the five love languages:
- Acts of service
- Quality time
- Receiving gifts
- Physical touch
Learning your spouse’s love language can mean the difference between their feeling loved … or not feeling loved. One size does not fit all.
If quarantine is revealing some cracks in the foundation of your marriage, join us on your local radio station, online, on Apple Podcasts, via Google Podcasts, or on our free phone app. We’ll help you discover how to use this time to bring you closer together.