Why Your Second Marriage Is Shaky and How to Fix It

Why Your Second Marriage Is Shaky and How to Fix It You probably didn’t figure on trouble in your second marriage. Certainly not trouble worthy of a second divorce. After all, this time, you really believed you knew how to keep...

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4 Vital Skills that Make Problem-solving Possible

4 Vital Skills that Make Problem-solving Possible "Problem-solver." In career circles, the descriptor is right up there with “team player” and “detail-oriented.” People love to tout the importance of finding solutions and how good they are at it. John is sure to...

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Starting a Stepfamily? Here’s What You Need to Know!

Starting a Stepfamily? Here's What You Need to Know! Here’s an interesting statistic: less than 50% of all kids under the age of 18 are living in a home where their parents are in their first marriage. Moreover it is...

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How to Keep Social Media From Ruining Your Relationship

How to Keep Social Media From Ruining Your Relationship Social media is supposed to keep you in touch with friends and loved ones. It’s meant to keep you from missing out and being left out. It reunites you, informs you,...

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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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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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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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Do You Desire More or Less Sex Than Your Partner?

Do You Desire More or Less Sex Than Your Partner? How do you feel in bed with your partner? Great and completely at ease and natural? Or rejected, confused, unwanted, undesirable, pressured, guilty, anxious or misunderstood? On opposite sides of the mattress,...

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How to Keep Financial Fights From Ruining Your Marriage

How to Keep Financial Fights From Ruining Your Marriage Are money problems in your marriage driving a contentious wedge between you? Are you considering marriage counseling to try and stop the constant bickering about spending, debt, and monetary infidelity? You’re not...

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How to Have a Difficult Conversation

How to Have a Difficult Conversation We tend to avoid difficult conversations for many reasons. We may be afraid to start a fight; we may think we would be rejected or misunderstood; we don’t want to annoy; maybe the point...

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