Happy couples say both partners try very hard to make their partner’s friends and family their friends and family.
Learn from this article that being happy in your relationship depends on more than how you treat each other, but also how you take care of the people you both love, like your friends, family and community.
These checklists can help you and your partner identify possible problems in your relationship. Talking about your issues can help to build trust and a strong foundation for your future life together – or demonstrate that you need to part ways.
Learn how to make sex great for both of you, which will strengthen the bond and bring happiness between the marriage. It helps the couple open up for a more intimate life of togetherness.
At our core, we know that forgiveness is the way to go. We know instinctively that it’s best for us. But why is it so hard to forgive?
Embrace the pain of divorce to allow the healing to begin. Sounds strange but it accomplishes acceptance and moving on. Gather your courage and accept all of the fears that are in your thoughts.
Although we all agree that we do not like change, there are ways to ease into a life transition. Setting up stability is one of the first steps needed for change.
Learn from Marty Babits how to work on communication exercises to battle conflicts within a relationship instead of using avoidance to overcome disagreements. A better relationship for a better life.
If you need help regulating and resolving conflict safely, these seven guidelines are for you. Adopting these guidelines will safeguard the middle ground within your relationship. Part 1 of a 3-part series.
No name calling. Speak honestly and judiciously. Develop patience. Think about what your partner says in terms of who your partner is. Have a Time-Out signal; use it as needed. Part 2 of a 3-part series.
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