Before You Fight, Question the Intent

Pausing to think before saying something requires self-control in the short run but long-term results will prove very satisfying.

Why I’ve Learned to Let Go of My Ego

It was hard, but letting go of my ego changed my whole approach to life.

The Art of Not Playing Protector

How I crushed my partner’s spirit by trying to solve his problems for him.

Marriage Fight Club: How Men and Women Learn to Keep the Passion

His Fight, her fight, and the years of learning to win over the same ground—together.

My Marriage Might be Over, or so I Thought

How To Heal A Broken Relationship In A Week

Comment of the Day: ‘We Need to be Treated With Loving Respect’

The Golden Rule applies here.

How to Ruin a Relationship

How to have plenty of ‘arguments’ with your partner (about nothing in particular) without learning anything, as a way to slowly but surely ruin your relationship.

What If I Am a Man Who Doesn’t Want a Divorce?

Divorce is even harder when it’s the last thing you want.

5 Ways to Reconcile With an Unreconcilable Someone

Reconciliation is a team effort.

3 Questions That Will Keep Fights With Your Partner From Getting Nasty

Tempers WILL flare. That doesn’t mean it has to turn into an inferno.

How to End a Fight (on Twitter) Without Spilling Blood

Another person’s background may have led them to different conclusions than your own, but that doesn’t make their opinion less valid.

Choosing Your Divorce Battles: A Mindful Introduction

Knowing how to navigate a divorce can make a difficult time a little less stressful.

Is Fighting Important in a Relationship?

Is fighting a symptom of something else wrong with the couple, maybe communication is lacking or nonexistent?

Tune in Next Week for Our Regularly Scheduled Argument

Same old fight again? Maybe it has nothing to do with your partner after all!

Why Nonviolence is a Manly Trait

One man prepares for the culture of masculinity he wants for his son.

Hockey Fights – I Don’t Need ‘em

Watching hockey, and here I am thinking that fighting adds nothing to the game.