Premarital Counseling: 5 Steps to Take Before Marriage!

Premarital Counseling: 5 Steps to Take Before Marriage! Congratulations! You are committed. Officially making the promise to do life for better or for worse. It’s a wonderful time. Enjoy! And do keep in mind, too, that there are some vital next...

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Do You Have a High EQ? 5 Ways to Tell If You’re Emotionally Intelligent

5 Ways to Tell If You're Emotionally Intelligent What attributes do you ascribe to someone who you think of as intelligent? Do you think of them as really smart? Do they have to know a lot? Do they have...

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How Not to Break Up When the Going Gets Tough

How Not to Break Up When the Going Gets Tough No couple is immune to tough times. Every relationship suffers some level of stress, loss, transition, upset, and negativity. What is your marriage facing? Poor health or a career crisis? The loss...

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The Top 10 Tips to Creating a Great Relationship

The Top 10 Tips to Creating a Great Relationship Lack of communication is one of the most frequent complaints cited by couples coming to counseling offices. Communication of course is multi-faceted and may mean different things to different people. It is...

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Not Enough Time? How to Slow Down and Achieve More

Not Enough Time? How to Slow Down and Achieve More You set your goals, prepared to meet personal challenges and geared up to win professional battles. Ready to run down the path to success, you resolved to get more done and...

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Why Valentine’s Day Matters and How to Make the Most of It

Why Valentine's Day Matters and How to Make the Most of It Google Valentine’s Day and you will be struck by a wealth of Valentine's articles, advice, and discussion not really focused on couples at all. Instead, the headlines read this...

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Anger is Not Sexy…Tips to Stay Calm and Save Your Relationship

Anger is Not Sexy...Tips to Stay Calm and Save Your Relationship Think about the last time you really lost control in your partner’s presence. Maybe you were mad at your partner. Maybe you were railing at the world. What did he or...

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The Long Road Back: Making Amends for Bad Behavior

The Long Road Back: Making Amends for Bad Behavior Everyone makes mistakes. It is an old cliché but completely true for all of us. When dealing with a spouse or partner, however, the question becomes how bad of a mistake has...

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