Despite his optimism, John gets blindsided by Jane’s request to separate. Now he is confused more than ever about what to do next. What would you do?
Explosions are inevitable even in the best marriages. But sometimes, you can prevent them.
Relationships are a collision of worlds. When love chooses you, it is beautifully chaotic.
Does “emotional vampire” come to mind when you think of your wife’s need for attention? If so, Dr. Steve suggests you look in the mirror and see if there is a reflection.
You know it doesn’t work when one or both of you have one foot in and one foot out. Heather Gray guides you on what to do next.
We have more to navigate as parents nowadays, so we can’t rely on traditional roles anymore.
John just gave Jane the speech of his lifetime. Jane isn’t buying it. Then John asks the wrong question.
Elli Purtell has a radical, improbable solution to the marriage statistics that just might be crazy enough to work.
Sometimes, getting ahead means falling behind in your relationship. Steven Lake examines the choice between Lifestyle and Money. Or is it a choice?
How are you defying the odds of marriage? What are your traditions that are defying tradition? Now collecting submissions.
Please tell me what you want, not what I have to do.
View image | gettyimages.com A wife realizes her frustration was really a blessing in disguise. — My husband and I speak two different languages when it comes to communication. I speak digital, own more than one computer, an iPad and a smart phone. I text, use Skype, and an assortment of apps that make my life […]
When Jane repeats a familiar threat, John says something that even surprised him.
An accidental statement becomes a way out of old habitual ways if interacting. How sweet it is!
Jane is angry. John is about to make a big mistake. What should John do instead?