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Marriage Growth Plan

by Eddie and Sylvia Robertson adapted from Wonderful Wednesdays, available in our online bookstore here. It is always a good time to create a Marriage Growth Plan. Where do you want your relationship to be in a month? A year? It can […]

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10 Ways to Make the New Year a Relationship Game Changer

by Priscilla Hunt New Year's Resolutions sometimes get a bad rap. Often, they're the butt of jokes and we get the message that we're expected to fail after the first week of the new year. But, Greg and I know that if […]

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Ten Tips for a Successful Relationship

By Joanne Reid 1. I believe there are two types of people: Givers and Takers. Choose a partner with a generous heart. Observe how they treat disadvantaged people and how they treat animals, children, and elderly people. You'll see their true […]

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Making A Marriage Last

Local experts offer tips for strong relationships. Don’t wait too long to seek help, they say. By Sara Mastbaum Thomas - Contributing Writer A new report by the Institute for Family Studies suggests that couples who marry between the ages of 25 […]

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How to Stop Fighting About Money in Your Marriage

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Alex Craig of Have a Rich Marriage. Let’s be honest, money causes conflict in all of our marriages. It causes conflict because nobody has taught us how to handle or respond to money, especially […]

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Default Mode

Dear Eddie, Last week, we took part in a Virtual Marriage Enrichment Group about Differences. A couple shared that when they are vulnerable, their differences rise up. Under stress, you and I often fall back into Default Mode. Our personal factory settings give […]

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Radical Marriage: Your Relationship as Your Greatest Adventure

by David & Darlene Steele. What does a Radical Marriage look like? No-one really knows because this is largely uncharted territory and individual for each couple. You can see glimpses in other couple relationships when they seem incredibly connected and in […]

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Why Do We Say Hurtful Things to the Ones That We Love?

by Perky Parkie I tried to find a way to sugarcoat this title. Because for me, this one sentence, brings a flash of all the hurtful things that people have said to me, and all the whoppers that I’ve shot back… […]

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Do You Dare to Pop This Question?

by Charlie and Linda Bloom After an evening of sharing the living room sofa while they watched a romantic movie, Brandon turned to Kim, to whom he’d been married for nearly 30 years and asked, “If you met me today, would you still […]

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The 7 Myths of Marriage

By the Staff at eHarmony 1. Marriage Fixes Everything (Anything) The idea that everything in your life will get better, even a little better, when you’re married is pretty silly when you think about it. Imagine two people who are miserable — […]

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