Richard Nicastro reminds us that men can feel lonely–even when sitting right next to their partners or spouses.
Fouad Alaa thinks about some of the cultural differences that affect his relationship.
Vaughan Granier thinks the marriages that are happiest for both spouses give some serious thought to equality and control.
Ben Martin needed the rudest wake up call imaginable to learn to take responsibility for his actions in life and in his marriage.
Live. Laugh. Love. Bob Carey turns these words into real action and reminds us all of what marriage can be about.
Steven Lake knows that men and women often communicate differently, but that doesn’t mean they’ll never be able to understand one another.
Kristen Mae has read the studies saying that marriage and kids make people unhappy, but she’d choose it again anyway.
Heather Gray doesn’t think your marriage has to resemble a sitcom scene. You all really can just get along.
Ben Martin realized his wife was doing all the thoughtfulness in his marriage, so he made a plan to become a more thoughtful person.
There’s a stereotype out there that men lose their identities when they get married. Tom Brechlin disagrees.
Heather Gray is debunking the avoidance strategy in marriage.
Ben Stich knows some Jedi tricks for resolving marital conflicts.
Jenny Glick wants you to take your marriage as seriously as your WOD.
Edie Weinstein is learning the meaning of love, commitment and devotion after standing at the altar at least 300 times.
Steve Horsmon knows men can’t always be fairy tale heroes from a Disney movie, but thinks expecting the best from ourselves will lead to more fulfilling marriages.
Taylor Campbell believes that a marriage isn’t a label — it’s a couple’s way of being together.