You probably asked for whatever advice you could find when you got married. Here are five important things from a marriage counselor that nobody told you when you got married.
How can marriage truly be a safe emotional place if it relies so much on the words, actions and emotions of another?
In our increasing individualistic society, arguments are constantly seen as signs of impending doom in a marriage. However, Brendan Malone suggests that arguments are what make marriage so great.
5 ways to ignite her passions. They’re not what you’d think.
Author Karen Jones gives you great advice to help you re-think everyday problems with your man.
Bitstrips, bickering and when social media and marriage don’t mix
Brendan Malone believes that true romance should seek to “serve the good of the other,” instead of just drawing couples into a mutually and emotionally pleasing experience.
Eric Robillard comes to terms with his wife and her depression.
When I got my married my wedding invitation said “At Last…The Fairy Tale Comes True.”
When you’re divorced, is re-marriage necessary to teach your children about healthy relationships?
Marriage is a contract – much like one with your cell phone company. But what if we treated it more like the contract that it is?
Being yourself is key in marriage. If you’re hiding your masculine expression, you’re not being yourself.
Certain beliefs about men keep women from having good relationships with them. Read how Karen Jones’ book is trying to stop that.
Despite the recent hype that marriage isn’t for you, it actually is. Here’s why.
This is the letter my dad would have written to his son if he knew what I know now.