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A Trenchcoat and High Heels

By Tony & Alisa It can be hard to step out of your comfort zone, to try something new, to be adventurous. This can be as simple as changing your hair color (Alisa went RED once), to eating at a new restaurant, […]

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3 Steps to Reveal Your Desires During Sex

By Tony & Alisa Making love with your spouse is one of the most personal and meaningful acts you do together. The closeness, touches, foreplay and connection gives each of you the opportunity to steal away and experience a bond that is […]

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Want to keep love alive? Here’s how.

By Linda and Charlie Bloom There is an idea going around that you may have heard, that-long term relationships eventually and inevitably become flat and boring. Unfortunately all too many people believe this myth and act accordingly. That is, they expect […]

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The Only Two Things You Should Be Doing in Bed!

By The Intimate Couple Intimacy and sleep experts alike agree on this advice: your bed should be reserved for two things, and they both start with an ‘s’, sleep and sex. Sleep affects your sex, and vice versa! Not only should the bed […]

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Me vs. We

by Corey Allen You walk in the door and are greeted with… “Honey, we need to talk about a few things.” If you’re human, your insides immediately tighten and your defenses prepare for battle. It’s a common occurrence. Your spouse tells you what’s going […]

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6 Tips To Help You Manage Your Anger

Rhoberta Shaler Stop letting anger control you. Reclaim your life and start feeling better about yourself. “I don’t like who I am after I let my anger fly!” That’s what folks coming to me for anger management counseling and classes say. They’re disappointed, […]

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12 Ways to Improve Your Marriage in 2015

By Rachel Dack   Relationships and marriages go through many stages, changes and transitions. Similar to planting, watering and caring for seeds, in order for them to blossom into flowers, a marriage calls for constant nurturing and attention.   While our relationships bring us […]

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10 Tips to Become a Friendlier Spouse

Courtesy of www.marriagemoment.org Often people say they want to be a better spouse or have a stronger marriage. But many times they admit that they don’t know how to accomplish this. One of the easiest and most effective ways is to […]

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Simple Ways to Be Inspired and Stress-free Every Day

by Mandy   With the holidays here, I find myself becoming a bit more anxious.   My spouse and I have to coordinate work schedules to match kids’ school schedules. We have travel plans to visit our relatives in another state which requires detailed […]

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The Holidays: A Time for Creating Shared Meaning

by Michael Brown, MSC, LMFT, dba Happy Couples Healthy Communities The Thanksgiving meal, decorating the Christmas tree, the Nativity creche, lighting the menorah candles, the exchange of gifts, the meals, worship, gatherings of family and friends, New Year’s Eve traditions, etc.: […]

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