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Practical marriage advice covering common marital problems such as commitment, disagreements, money and raising a family together.

Save the Date, and Save Your Marriage

I’ve been happily married for almost 14 years…and I have five children. Am I happy in my marriage every second, um no. Do I look at my husband daily and fell a flutter in my heart, no again. Does it still make...

Am I Safe with You? Are You Safe with Me? Building Relationships on Mutual...

 In today’s culture, individuals are on high alert about abuse and harassment issues to the extent that the quest for meaningful relationships is affected by concerns about whether or not a person is trustworthy. Nevertheless, the need for belonging, the...

Why You Should Change Yourself Instead of Your Spouse

Why you should change yourself instead of your spouse? Change is hard for a lot of people. When you look at your relationship, I am sure you can see a lot of things our spouse needs to change but what...

When Caregiving and Marriage Collide: Overcoming Loneliness in Crowded Spaces

You’ve been successful managing most aspects of your complicated life and are proud of the relationships you’ve nurtured and maintained through it all. Whether you’re a baby boomer, a millennial or somewhere in between, research tells us that your...

Are Online Affairs as Bad and Hurtful as Physical Affairs

The short answer is yes. However, there are a lot of factors that go into determining whether this is actually the case or not. Anytime a spouse gives away a part of him or herself to someone else, whether emotionally,...

Can One Spouse Fix a Broken Marriage?

Elise was at the restaurant, very much looking forward to spending an intimate evening with Jeff after dinner. But when Jeff arrived, he was distracted and seemed ill at ease. Then without warning, he said, “I can’t do this...

How To Save Your Marriage Alone Even After He Has Checked Out

Some marriages are worth salvaging, even when they look so hopeless.  And I’m a believer that it takes one person to save a relationship and I have proven it with my track record of helping thousands of women amend...

Marriage in Digital Era – 8 Apps for Couples

The times have definitely changed. We can either feel nostalgic about the good old days when marriage was kept within the four walls, or we can choose to adapt to this social shift of the modern century and take...

Don’t Let Your Job Ruin Your Marriage

The pressures of work can be tough. Meeting deadlines and keeping your boss happy can sap your energy and leave you empty by the time you get home each evening. But, your primary commitment should be to your spouse...

When Debt Affects Your Marriage

Statistics show that money is the root cause of many divorces. Once the honeymoon phase is over, the practicalities of everyday life can often be the source of irreparable wear and tear on even the happiest of marriages. Money...

Runaway Brides – Why do Some Women get Scared?

If you went on Amazon and typed the words “runaway bride” under the book category, do you know how many yields you’d get? About 500! Someone once told us that romance writers like to use “runaway bride” as titles for their books and we thought she was kidding, but...

My Spouse Watches Too Much TV

Did you know that the average American household has more televisions in the home than people? And, did you know that the average time spent per month watching television for the AVERAGE television viewer is over 151 hours per month. 151 hours per month equates to around 37.75 hours...

Arguing About Money – A Big Reason Why Marriages Fail

I have been married for almost 15 years. Much of what I read, see on television and hear from friends revolves around how many couples incessantly argue about money. Much research links it to battles over control, entitlement, feelings of self worth etc. etc. The list of psychological reasons...