Elli Purtell has a radical, improbable solution to the marriage statistics that just might be crazy enough to work.
How are you defying the odds of marriage? What are your traditions that are defying tradition? Now collecting submissions.
When Jane repeats a familiar threat, John says something that even surprised him.
In less than 10 sentences, Bob Marley nails it with this powerful quote.
Maybe the better question is: “Would you rather “work” now or clean up a bigger mess later?”
After fourteen years, Jackie Bledsoe is still very much into his wife.
Heather Gray thinks we tell people what they want to hear instead of what they need to hear.
If you’re focusing on her, you’re looking in the wrong direction.
Married sex doesn’t have to be restricted to Saturday nights.
Steve Horsmon knows it can be done and shows you how.
“Love can be hard work but it should never feel like it takes more than it gives. When you’re in a relationship with someone who does relationships well, you never have to guess where you stand.”
Adam Davis and his wife brought their marriage from the brink. Here’s how.
Torsten Klaus was elated when his first child was born, but he also felt shut out, nit-picked and alone.
It’s about a lot more than beauty and sexiness, a woman needs to show that she’d be a great partner for life before you can consider marrying her.
“While it may seem like a good idea to give as much “evidence” as possible to support our side of the argument, it isn’t. No one likes having a partner who ‘keeps score’.”