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Dorothy Littell Greco is a writer, author, and photographer who lives and works outside Boston. You can find more of her work on Twitter (@DorothyGreco) or Facebook (Words&Images by Dorothy Greco).

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5 Ways to Start ‘Divorce-Proofing’ Your Marriage

My husband and I got divorced before we got married. Well, not really but we…

The Profound Spiritual Truth of Marriage

When a married couple pursues Christ together does it change the DNA of their marriage?…

If We Want Fewer #MeToo Stories, Here’s What Has to Happen

No matter how many women bravely share their personal stories of sexual abuse or harassment,…

The One Word Healthy Couples Refuse to Say

Americans love options. We love being able to choose between Voxer or FaceTime, Lyft or…

Here’s How Healthy Couples Fight

My husband and I came into marriage with diametrically opposed perspectives regarding conflict. He hails…

Don’t Force Your Spouse Into Gender Stereotypes

My husband and I sometimes fail to comply with the gender stereotypes presented to us…

Addiction, Sex and the Lie at the Core of ’50 Shades’

If directly asked if they wanted to be psychologically controlled, stalked or spanked by their…

The One Thing Couples Overlook in Marriage

Without the love and support of community, I would not be married—at least not to…

The One Thing Couples Overlook in Marriage

Life / Relationships How community can help save your relationship through the years. Share Facebook…

The Harvard Soccer Scandal and Culture’s Lie About Masculinity

One week before playoffs were to begin, Harvard University’s men’s soccer team prematurely ended their…

The Harvard Soccer Scandal and Culture’s Lie About Masculinity

Current / Nation What scandals (and ‘locker room talk’) should teach us about sex. Share…

False Expectations Can Ruin Your Marriage

From a sociologist’s perspective, my husband and I come from families that are more similar…

Yet Another Study Proves That Systemic Racism Is Real

Years ago, my husband and I spent many hours with close friends planning a racial…

How Much Should I Care About Ethical Food?

[Editor’s note: To participate in our weekly advice column, submit your questions here and watch…

Yes, Marriage Will Change You

Despite the reality that prenups are on the rise, few of us stand at the…

Celebration Is a Spiritual Discipline

My husband and I had the honor of officiating our eldest son’s wedding this summer.…

5 Important Questions to Ask Before You Tie the Knot

When my boyfriend of seven years proposed to me, I said No, mostly because I…

Making the Most of Anger

I grew up in a family that understood anger as a threat to relationship. As…

Is Poor Environmental Stewardship Sinful?

Several years ago, my family had the opportunity to vacation in a friend’s home in…

Fear Doesn’t Have to Control You

As far back as I have memory, I remember being afraid. Some of this probably…

Why is Regret So Powerful?

My husband and I recently made the excruciating decision to leave a church we helped…

Why We Hide When Life Gets Hard

From September to mid October last year, the following happened; we picked up bed bugs…

What If Your Dream Costs More Than You Think?

Thousands of years ago, God gave a series of dreams to a teenage boy. The…

Chipotle, Stewardship and the Theology of What We Eat

You have to hand it to Chipotle. The idea that “high quality, affordable product” plus…

When God Doesn’t Answer Prayer

Why does God invite us to pray and ask for good things if He’s not going to give them to us?

Does Telling the Truth Really Set Us Free?

If telling the truth really has the power to set us free and to make us “clean,” then why is confessing still so hard?