Sheila Wray Gregoire

The Healing Power of Marriage

My husband, Keith, and I will be empty nesters in the fall, and we’re planning on doing some major changes

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What United Airlines Teaches Us About Marriage

I’ve gotten virtually no work done for the last two days. I’ve been riveted by the story of the Aviation

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Newlyweds Beware!

Last week, while my husband and I were in Colorado, we decided to hike some of the gorgeous trails around

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When You Need Some Intervention

We all sin. Maybe we gossip too much or we’re prideful or we watch some inappropriate videos. I’m not saying

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No More Mini-Me

My blogging friend Cheri laughs about how naive she was before she married. “I still have a letter I sent

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Your Shady Past

Here’s the scenario: You have quite a past—whether it’s drug use or alcohol or past sexual activity. Then you got

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The Marriage That Works, Twerks—And Other Ways to Spice Up Your Love Life

What do you do when you’re more adventurous in bed than your husband, or he wants to  do things that

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The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex

And you thought bad girls have all the fun . . .

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It’s the Little Things

Two people do not became strangers overnight

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The Right Kind of Fight

Words are flying, but nothing useful is being communicated…

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