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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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Understanding Bad Moods in Marriage

When either you or your spouse experiences a bad mood it can very easily have a negative impact on your relationship. Often the effect is only temporary. But, if bad moods are manifested frequently and go unchecked it […]

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10 Tips to Become a Friendlier Spouse

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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Surprising (And Scientifically Proven) Things That Lead To A Lasting Marriage

By Amanda Scherker   Finding and keeping a lifelong love can feel like a crapshoot. No matter how madly in love you may be, maintaining a marriage is never easy. And while you may know that sex, trust and compassion are crucial […]

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Leftovers

Eddie is an avid gardener. He and his tiller unearth countless artifacts from the previous life of the garden plot. Horseshoes, glass, arrowheads, and an engine manifold are recent treasures.   In our marriages, we encounter leftovers from […]

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Holiday Stress ‘Flu Shot’?

By Alan Ray, Marriage Team www.marriageteam.org Alan Ray is a professional member of Better Marriage   The holiday season is fast approaching as evidenced by an early cold snap and snowfall. I suspect that many of us have holiday plans that involve family or […]

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10 Ways to Shower Your Spouse with Appreciation

By SoundVision.com Staff Writer   Whether you are married for just a month or for a decade, you often take your spouse for granted. Courtesy, gratitude, and care for each other wears off. The same person whom, once upon a time, you […]

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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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4 Tips for Recovering After Infidelity

Aaron Anderson, FamilyShare Do you worry that your marriage will never completely heal because of an affair? Not only can your relationship recover, but it can be better than before. If you've been cheated on, you often wonder how you can be […]

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Tips: Adventurous Activities for Husband and Wife

As time goes by and you both settle into your daily routines, sometimes it gets harder to think of new and exciting things to do together. There are always new restaurants to try or new places to visit and explore, but […]

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