If You’re Going to Fight, Do This…

July 18th, 2016

Fighting or arguing with your partner doesn’t spell the end of your relationship.

Not even if you fight A LOT…

Fighting is actually a healthy behavior for you and your partner to engage in—provided you do it productively.

In this blog, I’ll tell you how. You’ll learn why all those arguments can be a good thing, and I’ll also give you 3 tips for doing it right. Please keep reading…

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Feeling or Acting Angry: Which Damages Marriage?

October 26th, 2011

It’s almost needless to say that being faced with something as extreme as an affair makes you feel angry. When you are faced with the reality that the person you love and trust most in the world has betrayed you, angry feelings are one of the natural reactions.

But no matter what the reason, no matter how justified you think your anger is, behaving angrily almost always makes your problems worse. There is a big difference between having feelings of anger and acting angry.

In this blog, you’ll learn why acting angry is not productive in a marriage and 3 tips for how to manage angry feelings. Please read more…

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Saving Your Marriage—Even If You’re Doing It Alone

January 10th, 2011

For a husband or wife who deeply cares about their marriage finds that the relationship with their spouse is slipping away, nothing can be more heart-wrenching than feeling as if your spouse doesn’t share your commitment in making the necessary changes to save your marriage.

Whether it’s depression, confusion, disinterest—or some combination of the three—your spouse may not have reached the point where they’re capable of putting in the effort to salvage your relationship.

In this post, I’ll offer you steps for changing your marriage—on your own.

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