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Protecting Your Relationship from Emotional Infidelity

By Denise J. Charles   We have to exercise clear controls for ensuring that our relationships do not cross the emotional boundaries which could harm our primary relationship.   As human beings we all have an overpowering need for human connection. We want to […]

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Good marriages rest on hearing, listening

By Gina Barreca/Hartford Courant, October 20, 2014   Here’s what I’ve learned in 23 years of marriage: Love isn’t blind, but it can be hard of hearing.   At the beginning of a relationship, you hang onto each other’s every word the way you […]

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Easy Ways to Bring Back the Spark and Strengthen Your Bond

By Sherri Goodman Whether you've been together for 4 years or 4 decades, every relationship can use a tune up. Bettering your relationship doesn't require taking a second honeymoon, going cliff diving together, or any other crazy stunts. You and your […]

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Pressure Cooker Partners

Pressure Cooker Partners Greg and Priscilla Hunt present a 90-minute workshop on stress and how it impacts a couple’s relationship.   What are the causes of stress? What are the symptoms of stress? What are the short-term and long-term results of stress? How can you identify […]

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Committing to Unity in Your Marriage

by Susanne M. Alexander, Marriage Educator (www.MarriageTransformation.com)   Susanne M. Alexander is speaking at the Better Marriages Conference July 11-14, 2013 in Raleigh, NC   The survival of your marriage and your health depend upon maintaining a high level of unity. Think about how […]

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Using Emotional Intelligence to Manage Anger

by Larry L. Sonksen, LMSW and Jodi Sonksen, RN Larry and Joid Sonksen are speaking at the Better Marriages Conference July 11-14, 2013 in Raleigh, NC Anger is a universal emotion that can be handled destructively or constructively. To comprehend the destructive […]

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Developing an Intentional Marriage

Married couple talks about the importance of being intentional about developing relationship skills. There desire to grow and improve their marriage has been a driving force in this 2nd marriage. Involvement in their Marriage Enrichment Group (MEG) has provided important […]

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Rules for Fair Fighting

by Priscilla and Greg Hunt, PhD Adapted from Ground Rules for Handling Conflict, John A. Larsen, PhD     In a close relationship, conflict is inevitable. In fact, if handled well, conflict can result in our becoming even closer. (see How to Use […]

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Couple Conflict: Attitude is Everything!

by Priscilla and Greg Hunt, PhD Listen to Kathy talk about the difficulty she and her husband Ken have dealing with conflict: “Too often, our disagreements end badly. We get frustrated with each other, and our anger overshadows the issue at hand. […]

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Tips for Dealing with Conflict – The Wisdom of 390 Years of Marriage Experience

by Greg and Priscilla Hunt Fourteen married couples, representing a total of 390 years of marriage, were asked what tips for dealing with conflict they would share with a newlywed couple. They had learned a lot from personal experience in their […]

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