marriage

Summer married newlyweds say focusing on temple sealing is most important

Summer time is notorious for being the season of weddings for BYU-Hawaii students. We interviewed two couples that were married this summer about their experiences and advice for those who want to pursue an eternal marriage.

Couples learn conflict management skills from student-run peacebuilding workshop

On Sunday May 14, dating, engaged, and married couples attended the “Peace in the Home” peacebuilding workshop to discuss how to handle marital conflicts.

Married at 19, alumna says world's perspective on young marriages is wrong

Getting married young may be discouraged by society and be daunting to some, but Lucy Henderson, an alumna from Chicago, said getting married at 19 was the best decision she’s ever made.

Married couples share financial and mental tips from personal experiences for single students

Married students at BYU-Hawaii said single people should improve their personalities, save money, and learn to become financially independent before committing to marriage. They offered advice from the mistakes they said they’ve made.

Couples say religious compatibility improves their marriage

A 2016 study by LifeWay Research found 59 percent of U.S. adults would rather talk about politics than spirituality with their spouses, but BYU-Hawaii couples say spirituality and marriage are inseparably connected.

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