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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Go Ahead… Go to Bed Angry.

May 13th, 2015

If you and your spouse get into an argument, you may feel pressured to resolve your disagreement before bedtime.

After all, isn’t there a wise old saying about “never going to bed angry”?

You might want to heed the marriage experts’ advice, though: if you and your spouse are fighting, go ahead and go to bed mad. In this blog, I’ll explain why. Read on…

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One Solution in 3 Steps for Rebuilding Your Marriage

February 25th, 2015

Marriages can often resemble battlefields: lines are drawn, you stick to your guns on every issue. You dig in on your side, your spouse digs in on the other side. Neither of you will give an inch—it’s as if your very lives are dependent on being “right.”

This makes for some kind of living arrangement, doesn’t it?

Intimacy falls by the wayside, and you no longer enjoy one another’s company. In this blog, we’ll look at how compromise can boost intimacy and improve your marriage in three steps. Please keep reading…

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How to Save Your Marriage Despite Conflicts

August 10th, 2011

You’re trying to rescue your marriage from the brink of divorce, and you seem to be treading water and going under. You and your spouse have vicious fights, and you feel it’s causing even more damage to your already shaky marriage.

Is it time to call in the divorce lawyer and end your marriage?

Hold the phone. In this blog, learn how fighting can actually save your marriage – and tips for getting through those tough, emotionally-laden arguments.

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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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The One Marriage Skill Your Family Pet Can Teach You

June 30th, 2010

Does your dog listen better than your spouse?

According to an Associated Press poll, a third of married women, and 18 percent of married men, find their pets to be better listeners than their spouse. If you feel disconnected from your spouse or are struggling in your marriage, it’s pretty likely the underlying culprit is a failure to communicate.

During this article we’re going to discuss 3 communication principles you can use right now to improve how you and your spouse talk.
When the communication in your marriage has been reduced to “yes,” “no,” and grunted-out lists of items you need from the grocery store, your marriage is in danger of hitting the proverbial wall—and worse. In this blog, I’ll give you a few tips that Dr. Gunzburg gave in a recent interview on the topic of how to enhance communication and reconnect with your partner.

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