Why You Shouldn’t Wait for Marriage Help

March 4th, 2015

Are you waiting for you marriage to get better, but haven’t actually sought marriage help?

You may think that giving some thought to your marriage will make things better. After all, a relationship that is pushed into the corner may not stand a chance, but a relationship in which you acknowledge some work is needed has to be better off, right?

But if you wait too long, you may doom your marriage. In this blog, I’ll tell you about some recent marriage research about couples in crisis, and three steps for turning your marriage around—for the better. Read on…

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Are You Too Quick to Get Upset?

February 9th, 2015

Has your spouse ever accused you of getting “upset too easily,” or called you “touchy?”

If so, you may have a good excuse for getting upset more quickly than your spouse.

In this blog, we’ll explore why some get upset more quickly, and how to make two different reaction styles work in your marriage. Please keep reading…

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Are You and Your Spouse a Silent Movie, or an Action Adventure?

February 4th, 2015

When you spend time alone with your spouse, are things so quiet, you could cue the crickets to make some background noise and lessen the discomfort?

If so, you’re not alone. It seems to be a pattern that many marriages fall into.

In this blog, we’ll look at a relationship study that was done on this very topic. Also, I’ll help you reignite the intimate, sharing spark between you and your spouse once again in 3 steps. Read on…

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A Marriage Tip from Rover…

April 11th, 2012

If you and your spouse have or ever had pets, your spouse may have done a listening-skill comparison: “Even the dog listens better than you do.”

Doesn’t feel too good to know a canine ranks higher than you in communication skills, now, does it?

In this blog, we’ll take a look at an interesting poll that was done with married people. Also, I’ll give you 3 tips to boost your communication skills with your spouse—it’s the grease of good relations. Read on…

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Is Your Spouse in an Emotional Affair?

March 30th, 2012

Is there a new name popping up in conversations with your spouse, stories where this person figures prominently, and you sense there may be the beginnings of an emotional affair?

It’s not uncommon for married people to have what are called “work spouses,” which means they are close to someone at work that is of the opposite sex. What can happen is an emotional tie develops, so that you, the spouse at home, may feel very much that you’re competing with the “other spouse.”

In this blog, I’ll help you understand what an emotional affair is, and how to make it stop. Read on…

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Has Your Marriage Become Painful?

March 26th, 2012

When people get married, it’s for a variety of reasons. But it’s doubtful that anyone enters the marriage union thinking they’ll be miserable. Most visualize the relationship as a source of ongoing pleasure, closeness and fulfillment.

But maybe your marriage has become a source of pain for you.

In this blog, I will give you three tips on what you can do to get your marriage back on a winning course, whether you’re recovering from an affair or simply feel a great deal of distance from your spouse. Please keep reading…

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Genetic Predisposition to Cheat?

February 13th, 2012

If there were a test you could take to see if your spouse (and you) has a genetic predisposition to cheat… would you make your spouse take it?

This is a really difficult question to answer. On the one hand, everyone likes assurances in life, if you can get them. On the other hand, possessing such knowledge could drive you insane, right?

In this blog, we’ll explore some potential new genetic testing that could become available, the dangers of such testing, and 3 tips to avoid thinking you’d ever need such a test. Read on…

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Killing Intimacy, One Day at a Time

February 9th, 2012

When is communicating with your spouse not a good idea, pushing you into a situation of trying to save the marriage?

When it’s killing the intimacy—everything good between you.

Saving the marriage may be a matter of putting the brakes on communication, at least until you learn about the communication dead-ends you may be engaged in. I’ll give you 3 tips for undoing their damage in the future. Read on…

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Relationship Advice: Got Needs? 3 Tips for Fulfillment

January 23rd, 2012

Some of the best relationship advice I could ever give you is this: when communicating with your spouse, slow down and be attentive.

You and your spouse may feel that your needs aren’t being met. Often, it’s because you are not taking the time to tell each other what your needs are, and to actively listen to what your partner is saying.

In this blog, we’ll explore the details of this relationship advice so you can pull your marriage out of its present rut before love fails completely. I’ll give you three tips on how to do just that, so read on…

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How to Save Your Marriage From Fading Out

January 5th, 2012

If your relationship feels like it’s slipping away, I want to tell you about a secret ingredient for how to save your marriage from fading out.

This secret ingredient is something we all have—but don’t always remember to use. And if you don’t use it, a marriage bond that started out strong will slip over time unless this ingredient is present.

In this blog, I’ll share with you that secret ingredient—and 3 tips for adding it back into your marriage. Please keep reading…

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