While many search for happiness through financial or career success, being married and having a family increases overall happiness more than other achievements.
Entering into covenant relationships while we are on earth helps us to experience the truest intimacy—the perfect love the Father has for us.
Quentin L. Cook counsels the rising generation on how to live up to the expectations of their Heavenly parents in order to obtain joy.
Dr. Jason Carroll discusses why we should remember that love is a fruit of good relationships, not the root. He encourages Christlike behavior in dating.
The common Cartesian, egoistic theories in psychology fall short when describing the unselfish, gracious, and unexplainable phenomenon of love.
Family life will be your most enduring reward. Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ will be called upon as defenders of marriage and family.
In a world where family ideals gravitate toward convenience, Elder Hafen reminds us of the order of marriage taught in the Lord's temples.
Why is marriage important? Elder Scott testifies of the blessings of marriage and temple covenants through interviewing a young couple.
The eternal principles of repentance and forgiveness build strong and happy relationships in marriage. Learn to say "I'm sorry" and to let go of resentment.
You can prepare for eternal marriage now by serving, sharing the gospel, doing temple and family history work, and being wise as you choose whom to date.
It is important to build loving relationships instead of competing with others.
In a time where hooking up is more popular than dating, Dr. Chadwick gives vital advice on how to make and keep righteous relationships.
Marriage can be an intimidating decision, but we have been given all we need to find the right person, the right time, and the right place for us.
In all relationships, but especially in romance, charity - including selflessness, kindness, tolerance, and support - is the love that "never faileth."
Marriage is ordained of God and is the first bond of society. In a world where marriage is being discredited, be the difference and make it a priority.
BYU’s response to the “The Family” proclamation includes classes, research, and majors that help students prepare for their future families.
When we know that the marriage and family have eternal purposes, we are more motivated to treat those relationships with care.
With a testimony of the potential of marriage and family happiness, we are capable of loving with the spirit and with understanding.
Jeffrey R. Holland discusses the sanctity of chastity and physical intimacy. The power of souls, symbols, and sacraments is gifted from God.
Divorce is, sadly, all too common. Elder Burton's speech focuses on the great love story of Adam and Eve and how to keep your marriage strong.
As we choose to follow the Savior, and have no confidence in the contrary messages of the world, we will understand our great potential in His eternal plan.
Jeffrey and Patricia Holland share the lessons they have learned in their marriage, with great counsel for developing healthy relationships.
Marriage is key for our exaltation, but successful marriages do not come without hard work. Elder Pinnock offers ten suggestions for happier marriages.
Love is not just an investment; it is an adventure. It is not an idyllic dream; it happens. President Hinckley reminds us of the sacred nature of love.
Everything we do in this life, especially living worthy of a celestial marriage, prepares us to become like our Father in Heaven.
Celestial marriage is one of God's greatest blessings; however, it requires humility and diligence to prepare for and create a happy, eternal family.
Spencer W. Kimball explains how divorce shows we must better understand marriage, the selflessness it requires, and the joy it brings.
The Lord has instituted marriage for our happiness and for the well-being of children. Prepare now to marry and to make your marriage eternal and strong.
Do we simply use our agency or do we rely on inspiration from God? The fact is that we can't move forward without either when we counsel with the Lord.
An eternal marriage is worth every effort it requires. Don't allow selfishness, petty grievances, or pride to stifle your family's happiness.
The most important decision you can make in this life is choosing your eternal companion. Don’t settle for less than eternity.
Commitment to temple marriage begins with dating worthy Saints. As you date, consider the covenants you intend to make and the home you wish to have.
If we want our marriage to last beyond this life, we must be faithful to the new and everlasting covenant of marriage we've made with our spouse and God.
An eternal home is one where eternal covenants are made and kept. Strive for a temple marriage, and treasure your spouse and children.
The love of a celestial marriage can be powerful enough to overcome the trials of life, and even to overcome death itself.
President David O. McKay provides five ideals for a happy and enduring marriage during a Brigham Young University devotional address.
Indescribable blessings come from eternal marriage. This speaker reminds young adults that temple marriage is an essential part of their journey to God.
Why is it important to marry in the faith, and in the temple? Because blessings await our families that can be found only through eternal covenants.