What did you bring to the table when you approached “the one”?
Marriage & Commitment
The teen brain is 80% developed. It’s that last 20% that will drive you crazy.
Embed from Getty Images—Being in a happy relationship in this age of the internet is becoming more challenging every day. Social media plays a significant role in marriages; not only has the internet robbed couples of their time but it has also brought about ideas on marriage that could harm your marriage.It’s not odd to…
Catherine O’Kane has been hurt and frustrated by some of her husband’s choices. But in her eyes, his strengths far outweigh his failures.
Steve Horsmon tells you how to improve your independence and start attracting her at the same time
Lack of awareness plus lack of thought equals lack of relationship. Steven Lake identifies ten behaviors that put your marriage at risk.
Here’s the important part: I’m comfortable enough in my own skin to be married to a strong, intelligent woman.
“All your strength. All your power. Everything you’ve got. Right now.” -Duke, Rocky IV
Even though I don’t really believe in the institution of marriage, being married was key to getting us to where we are today.
We may not have chosen the ending, but we chose the beginning. We had our reasons. Taking a look at why we made the choice that we did is not always a comfortable process.
Connection is the path rather than retribution to support your teen.
I’m fighting like mad to save my marriage. (Part 1)
Steven Lake sees himself through his wife’s eyes, and it’s not a pretty picture — it’s hysterical.
Trying to avoid his father’s mistakes, Steven Lake shares what would have made a difference in his understanding of relationships if . . .
Don’t settle for an unhappy marriage!
Mark Sherman, married (to the same woman!) for more than 43 years, shares some straightforward ways he and his wife avoid common marital problems.