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.
Can you tell which of these statements are true or false? Experts Dr. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz share some commonly held beliefs about marriage that just aren't true.
In a relationship, both partners have a role in destructive patterns of arguments. Marriage Therapist Christine Wilke tells a personal story of forgetting to follow her own marriage advice. She figured out how to get back on track and so can you!
When you got married, you likely never envisioned your relationship ending. However, the American Psychological Association states that 40 to 50 percent of all first marriages in the United States end in divorce, with that percentage climbing even higher for those on their second or third marriage. If you want to keep your marriage strong and healthy, here are three uncomfortable topics to discuss with your partner. End-of-Life Decisions
It is easy to think that romance movies create false expectations when it comes to love and relationships. As much as we may envy or despise the characters and storylines of romance movies, do they really have a negative effect on our relationships? According to research, the answer is no.
Career, kids, life...with all that going on, your relationship can fall on the back burner. Don't let it. Relationship coach Patricia Rich offers parents 10 simple solutions to finding the time to spend together. Read on if you need a date night with just you and your spouse!
Feel like you are about to divorce? The Money Couple shares tips on what you can do to save your marriage.
Marriage counseling can be a very beneficial tool, but only if both partners are willing to give it a fair try. If your spouse is unwilling to go to counseling and you feel hopeless, there are some things you can do. Read on to learn the two steps you should take if your spouse refuses therapy but you're still interested in getting help.
What effect is stress having on your marriage? Experts Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz give tips on what you can do to save your marriage when you and your partner are under pressure.
After reading this, you will know the reason I wrote this blog! People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. When you figure out which one it is, you will know what to do with your life. When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you have expressed. They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to provide you with guidance and support, and to aid you physically, emotionally, or spiritually. They may seem like a godsend, and they are! They are there for the reason you need them to be.
It's a bad economy and many couples are struggling to make ends meet. Expert Pegi Burdick shares steps you can take if money is causing a lot of stress in your marriage.
All couples experience challenges, both big and small, in their relationships. By keeping a few essential tips in mind during good times and bad, your relationship can go the distance.
Technology is major "person" in our lives, but family still comes first. Make sure this is understood with your loved ones. And if technology is a must, let it bring you and your family together! Read on for 3 priceless tips by Dr. Alicia Clark.
We talked to a few engaged and recently married women about some of the lessons they learned from planning their own wedding, and these are the lessons we'd like to impart unto you.
Everyone knows that men and women view things differently, and marriage is no exception. Even strong, healthy couples need help finding compromises. For example, what should you do when your husband doesn't want to do anything with you, but gets hurt if you make other plans? Read on to find out.