What Is Your Relationship Culture?

August 22nd, 2016

All couples have some form of “relationship culture.”

Do you know what yours is?

This will take some effort on your part to step back and try to view your relationship as a third party may see it.

In this blog, I’ll tell you how to accomplish this and then give you 2 tips for creating the relationship culture of your dreams. Read on…

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2 Ways to Manage the Emotional Cauldron of Anger

May 30th, 2016

Relationships in which a couple struggles to express their feelings as they’re happening and work together to resolve them can create a lot of anger.

Anger that isn’t checked can derail a relationship. It pushes people apart and leads to more licking of wounds than repairing the rift.

Most people who have a lot of anger in their relationship would love to find a way to end the anger and feel good about being with their partner again. Unfortunately, anger can become a very bad habit that’s difficult to escape.

In this blog, I’ll tell you about what anger represents, and offer you 2 ways to manage the anger in your relationship. Please keep reading…

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Same Issue, Different Day: Resolve it NOW

April 18th, 2016

Maybe you remember a movie from many years ago, where the man wakes up each day and repeats the day before… and the day before that… and the day before that… he’s caught in a cycle of experiencing Groundhog Day over and over.

Almost every couple has their own personal version of this “Groundhog Day” scenario. It seems that the same issue or issues crop up over and over and over again, and no true resolution is ever reached.

It’s irritating, frustrating—and can eventually wear you out.

In this blog, we’ll discuss this common problem… and I’ll give you 3 tips on how to sniff them out and resolve them, once and for all. Read on…

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Relationship Lesson from the State Department

April 13th, 2016

Human relations… a complicated dance, aren’t they?

Especially the relationship you share with your partner. There are times you probably want to wring your partner’s neck… and let’s admit it, they may be tempted at times to do the same to you.

One challenge we have in our relationships is how comfortable we are with our partner… and that can lead to trouble.

In this blog, I’ll explain why, and a lesson we could all learn from the Department of State. Please keep reading…

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These 3 Relationship Wreckers are Deadly

December 28th, 2015

Many couples don’t understand where things go wrong in their relationship. They know things started out great, but then at some point, the relationship turned a dark corner.

Today you’re going to learn how to go sleuthing for some relationship wreckers that may be present in your relationship which led to that turning point.

And, you’re going to find out how they stealthily entered your relationship without your consciously realizing it. Once you know what they are, you can work on reversing the damage and avoiding them in the future.

To learn what the 3 deadly relationship wreckers are… keep reading…

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Research Shows Marital Fighting Style Predicts Divorce

June 29th, 2011

Do you think that because you fight with your spouse, the eventual outcome will be a big ugly divorce?

According to marriage researchers, not necessarily so. However, fighting can be a predictor of divorce, and in this blog, I’ll explain why. Read on to see if you’re headed for divorce…

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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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