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Dinner Conversation Starters

Download your free Dinner Conversation Starters. Enjoy! What are you MOST thankful for today? What brings you happiness? What was the best part of your day? What is the nicest thing someone did for you this year? What is the […]

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Supporting Your Spouse Through Addiction and Recovery

By Dr. Sarah Toler, CNM, DNP www.addictions.com Coming soon: Online Relationship Academy https://close-companions.teachable.com Being married to a person who is addicted to alcohol or drugs is hard. When you entered into a marriage, you did so with the expectation of always putting each other […]

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Love Your Partner More

by Belinda Luscombe Time Magazine May 20, 2019 Parents’ love for their children can make them do peculiar things. Like staying up until 1:00 am gluing glitter on a second-grade class project. Or driving 40 miles to deliver a single soccer cleat. […]

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Raising Socially Competent Kids

By Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane   No doubt you have seen your kids with their eyes glued to a computer screen, television or mobile device. And you may have wondered how technology is affecting them. The moving pictures on television, in […]

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Surviving Well-Intentioned (Overbearing) In-Laws

by Malini Bhatia www.marriage.com I didn’t just gain a husband when I got married. I gained his entire family. I’ve heard people say they didn’t marry the family, they married the man. I suppose I’m a little confused at that statement, as […]

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Paul and Peggy: Dealing Gracefully with Step Parenting, Cancer, and Unemployment

When it rains it pours. Paul and Peggy, married 40 years, stuck together as a team when many couples would have fallen apart when his kids said "Your not my mother!", through Peggy's breast cancer and Paul's periods of unemployment. […]

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Carolynn and Brad: We Lost 36 Family Members in 36 Months!

Carolyn and Brad, married 23 years, lost 36 family members in a span of 36 months. Can you imagine? It was tough, but they got through it together with a stronger marriage.