Communication and Conflict

The Health Benefits Of A Good Marriage

Do you wonder if your recent panic attacks have anything to do with your failing relationship? What about your rising blood pressure and constant headaches? How does working towards saving your marriage help you better manage future trials?

An apple a day keeps the doctor away right? Well…not anymore according to recent research. Turns out that […]

How Savvy Couples Stop Their Marriages From Imploding

Are you ready to change the way you make decisions once you get married? Because if you do not, you just might ruin your marriage!

As a single person you were probably used to making independent decisions. It is important that now you are married or as you go into marriage, you understand that you must […]

By |March 27th, 2015|Communication and Conflict|0 Comments

The One Key Ingredient Discovered In Awesome Marriages

I often get asked what I think it takes to help a marriage succeed, especially in this day and age where everything is so fickle and the selfish approach of “how to take care of me, myself and I” has become the norm! This destructive attitude of self-centeredness has crept its way into many marriages […]

The Four Things Marriage Is Not And The One Thing It Is

Do you really know what you are getting yourself into now that you have decided to get married? Does it feel like the next logical step in your life? Are you succumbing to parental or societal pressure (‘So and so is getting married and I should too’ OR ‘I am X age and should already […]

Want A Marriage That Thrives? Do This!

Is it possible to love your spouse unconditionally? What if your spouse does not love you back? What do you do?

So a lot of people interpret the teachings about agape love in the bible to mean that even within the context of a lifelong marriage relationship, you are meant to love your spouse unconditionally. You […]

By |March 7th, 2015|Communication and Conflict, Friends and Family|0 Comments

3 Brave Steps To Save A Loveless Marriage

What do you do if your spouse has never been attracted to you? There are lots of young (and old) marriages facing this predicament. Marriages where they probably have sex once a year… if that! The couples hardly speak and when they do, the conversations are neither deep, nor intimate. What do you do if […]

By |February 28th, 2015|Communication and Conflict, Friends and Family, Sex and Intimacy|0 Comments

2 Effective Ways Happy Couples Manage Silent Treatment

Did you have a down and dirty, ‘I could just strangle you’ argument with your spouse and he or she is now giving you the silent treatment? How do you guys get back to speaking terms? Should you force your spouse to speak to you when they are giving you the silent treatment?

Well my views […]

By |February 21st, 2015|Communication and Conflict|0 Comments

An Interesting Perspective To Help Loveless Marriages

There are tons of people out there who wake up a few years into their marriage and realize that they were never in love with their spouse. While this might come as a surprise to an aspiring, madly in love couple, the truth is, this is the reality of quite a few people out there.

If […]

By |February 14th, 2015|Communication and Conflict|0 Comments

The Simple Rule Followed By Sexually Satisfied Couples

How much sex is too much sex? What do you do if your husband (or wife) refuses to take no for an answer?

So for women who are looking forward to all the sex they will have when they get married. I have news for you.

You just might get what you ask for… and then some!

There […]

By |February 7th, 2015|Communication and Conflict, Friends and Family, Sex and Intimacy|0 Comments

This Simple Rule Guarantees That The Five Love Languages Will Work For Your Relationship

Have you told your spouse how you really want them to love you? Or are you still leaving them guessing, believing that since they claim to love you, they should be able to figure it out on their own? Do you feel like this unknowing is leading to an unfulfilled relationship? If this is your […]