With all the "to dos" on our busy life schedule, it can be hard to find time as a couple. Thankfully, technology can help us out. Find out how Skype can help give your marriage the attention it needs.
HOW TO SAVE YOUR MARRIAGE
Feel like you are about to divorce? The Money Couple shares tips on what you can do to save your marriage.
There are two essential feelings necessary for a marriage to thrive or even survive. Notice that I said "feelings," not emotions. I think that word better describes what I am trying to communicate: someone can feel a certain way. While it ties into an emotional response, it is still different.
Marriages are like gardens: If you don't tend them they will wither. Here are four things we can learn about gardens and relationships, in order to keep growing strong.
Dr. Alicia H. Clark describes how, if both parties are willing, a marital affair can be worked through, allowing the marriage to not only continue, but in fact to thrive.
A marriage can be saved by using separation; however, separation is not a magical cure-all that works for everyone. Dr. Lee H. Baucom gives 10 guide lines on how to ensure separation is being used as a tool to save and not to sink a marriage.
If the daily stressors of life are putting a damper on your relationship, listen up: you CAN find your loving place again. Dating coach and matchmaker Marla Martenson has some great ideas for reminding yourself — and your honey — how lucky you are!
While there are a wealth of studies that delve into what makes for a successful relationship — Is it the quality of the sex? Openness of communication? Finding the right therapist, because lord knows we all could use some professional assistance? — One pretty obvious benchmark often goes overlooked.
You can save your marriage from divorce despite the reality that divorce statistics have been steadily rising in recent years. We know now that all marriages have between a 40 and 50 percent chance of ending in divorce which is why it's more important than ever to have the necessary skills to ensure your relationship is secure against the threat of divorce. There are some basic steps you can take to actually build a strong, stable marriage and avoid divorce.
Relationship expert Tamara Green goes over the four reasons why relationships fail. From passing judgements to playing the blame game, Green offers alternatives to these actions and gives your relationship a chance to succeed.