Apologizing and granting forgiveness will allow you and your partner to move out of the role of victim and stop letting wounds from the past fester. Remember to give each other the benefit of the doubt and be receptive to learning effective ways to repair hurt feelings.
Communicating love and admiration to your partner is a hallmark of courtship, yet as couples settle in to dealing with the stresses of day-to-day life, these comments may start to fade in frequency.
Here are some of the ways surrogacy can fill your deep emotional need for a child — and save your marriage.
Is your marriage just so-so, or is it toxic? Are you unsure about whether you ever really loved your partner or are you just going through a difficult time?
Whether you’re the one combating addiction or are the partner picking up the pieces of substance abuse, it may be comforting — though still devastating — to realize that this is a somewhat common issue in the United States.
If you have children, someday they will leave the nest to make their own way in the world. Will your marriage survive “Empty Nest Syndrome”? Here are 3 ways that Empty Nest Syndrome can lead to divorce, and 4 ways to overcome it and save your marriage.
When a marriage loses the positive dynamics and romance it once had, it’s easy to think that there’s no hope, no love anymore. Even if you’ve grown apart, there may be hope if you both share a desire to make the relationship work.
Infidelity doesn’t always end a marriage but it will shatter your view of your relationship. Here are 8 signs you’re headed for divorce after infidelity.