Poor spending and saving habits can have lasting negative effects on both your bank account and your relationship. Check out this marriage advice that can save you both from financial ruin.
Mental health problems can drive a wedge through even the closest marriage; issues like depression and anxiety can make intimacy difficult. Here, two experts explain ways to stay connected to your spouse through a mental illness diagnosis.
There are times when relationships are full of fun - when planned activities in the summer go well, when there is more daylight time to do fun things with those we love, when agreement comes easily. Then there are times when lots of effort is needed in order to allow things to work the way they should and to sustain the relationship. At some point marriage therapists often remind their clients that marriage can also be tough work.
A mental illness diagnosis can shake a marriage to its core. Thankfully, there are many ways to can help support your partner and take care of yourself, too. Three experts tell how.
You're divorced and ready to look for a new love. Here are three tips to help you as you search for a new partner in life. 1. Know the difference between fooling around and building a real relationship. You can mess around with anyone (if you’re careful and have safe sex) but before you bring someone into your life, or share money or living space, remember they’re bringing baggage. Know what’s hidden – what’s not said at the beginning. Their baggage becomes your problem.
Infidelity makes for all sorts of relationship challenges, but what about when the issues are your best friend's? Should you meddle in matters when your best friend is having an affair, or is it better to steer clear? Relationship expert John Gray has the answer.
Getting remarried is a big step. Make sure your relationship remains ever lasting and doesn't end up in another divorce.
Being married with kids leaves little time to work on your marriage. Read these four expert relationship coach tips on how to improve your marriage and keep your family happy.
Every choice we make effects the success of our relationships. Read this expert relationship coach advice on how to improve your relationship and find love.
My new book, Date Night Conversations: Recapture the Magic with Great Couple’s Communication Tools is now published. The following is an excerpt with a sample exercise to help you remember what is already good about your relationship.
The heartbreaking realities of marriage dissolution include a high divorce rate for people with mental illnesses. Why is this? Issues like depression, anxiety and bi-polar disorder can put heavy strain on the healthy partners. Learn how to navigate this complicated issue.
If your spouse or significant other is dealing with a mental illness? Here are a few things to keep in mind that can help them—and help you keep your marriage healthy.