If fights are happening in your marriage, it’s because you are choosing to have them.
If you give up who you are, your relationship is doomed to failure.
I am a proponent of changing behaviors that are bothersome to one spouse.
Saying “no” may mean disappointing someone you love and care about. But saying “yes” and not meaning it leads to feeling resentful and manipulated.
Complaining Is easy. Taking action is hard.
For women, sex is mainly in our heads. Annnnddd…chick flicks put us in the moment.
How you answer this question is really important for your marriage.
Resentment works on the foundation of a relationship much like termites work on a house.
An adult—and a marriage—requires the ability to recognize your impact on others and to alter your behavior accordingly.
One of the saddest things I see is when a couple comes in and the husband is reeling because the wife is about to walk out the door.
Unless you are very lucky, you and your partner do not have the same money story. One of the challenges of marriage is how to take these different stories and merge them into a new and productive one which works for you both.
If you don’t want to spend time with your partner, it’s because your marriage is not a priority. That’s fine, but make sure you realize it’s a conscious choice.
Finances are one of the two major problem areas affecting marriage. The other is intimacy.
Your parents are the first to teach you what a man, a woman, a husband, a wife, a mother, and a father is. This knowledge shapes your understanding of these ideas as an adult.
In the War between the Sexes, the ongoing battle over the position of the toilet seat almost seems insurmountable.
Words come loaded with expectations. It is these expectations that send your relationship into the ditch.