If Derick wrote this, I'll . . . -- well, I don't believe that he did:
Regularly discuss ways you can help each other feel more secure in your relationship and then do it! For example, it is really important to both of us that we have some kind of internet filtering service on our phones and laptops, so we decided to pay for a monthly Covenant Eyes filtering subscription and also limit some accessibility on our devices to help us be accountable to each other. We also share our social media passwords with each other. Another thing we purpose to do is to never be alone in the same room with someone of the opposite gender. Sometimes this is hard and requires more intentionality. For example, if I have a private meeting with a female, I may choose to leave the door open, or if Jill needs a repairman to come work on something at the house when I’m gone then she might invite a friend over while he’s there. We realize though that safeguards alone aren’t enough…it is more about the heart and commitment to purity, but they may be helpful in reducing the prevalence of some situations, or even just the appearance of evil.
This is just another example of their insufferable need to "teach" their followers about all sorts of things they know nothing about. It looks to me like Jill and Derick are much happier now than they were a couple of years ago -- which is great, but "we've hat two good years out of five, so listen to us" doesn't really resonate with me. If they were to post something like "we had some problems early on in our marriage and these are some of the things we did that have helped us to reconnect." That might be human and relatable. Instead, we have two people who seem to be "getting along a little bit better" giving marriage advice. Just insufferable.