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When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough

On August 16, 2019, Posted by , In All Posts,Common Marriage Problems,Communication,Divorce,Forgiveness,Happy Marriage, With Comments Off on When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough

When you are around your spouse all the time, it is easy to nit-pick their flaws. Issues that were just mildly annoying in the honeymoon stage become major roadblocks to a happy marriage. You stop acknowledging their strengths and start nagging them about their weaknesses. The key to a healthy…

Why Married Couples Drift Apart Over Time

On January 18, 2019, Posted by , In All Posts,Common Marriage Problems,Divorce,Happy Marriage, With Comments Off on Why Married Couples Drift Apart Over Time

It is not uncommon for married couples to grow apart over the course of their marriage, especially if they do not put any effort towards staying connected.  It is not only one of the leading reasons why married people find themselves looking for marriage tips and advice, but also one…

Learn How to Let Go Of The Past

Unresolved hurt is poison to a marriage. It slowly erodes the trust and emotional connection between the couple, and drains both parties emotionally making it difficult for them be intimate with each other. To avoid this, every married person should learn how to let go of the past, specifically past…

Surviving the First Year of Marriage – Advice for Newlyweds

On February 27, 2015, Posted by , In All Posts,Communication,Divorce,Happy Marriage, With No Comments

Marriage is tougher today than ever before. Newlyweds are facing some scary odds and they need all the help they can get to make their marriages last. There is no shortage of marriage advice out there.  However, not all marriage advice is good advice for newlyweds.  There are some marital…

Is Unconditional Love Practical in Marriage?

What does unconditional love mean? The dictionary defines it as love that is expressed without any limitations, conditions or expectations. When you love someone unconditionally, you don’t expect any payback or favors. You love them even when the feeling is not mutual.  The best real life example of this kind…

Does Religion Matter In Marriage?

On February 14, 2014, Posted by , In All Posts,Divorce,Prayer & Spirituality, With No Comments

Religion, Divorce & Marriage… Although the vast majority of  Americans consider themselves religious, divorce rates have increased through the years despite the common assumption that faith should have a positive effect on marriage (and it does when it’s genuine versus just going through the motions). Below you will find an…

Stop Your Divorce and Save Your Marriage Part 10: Before & After Kids

On February 22, 2013, Posted by , In All Posts,Divorce,Happy Marriage,Save Marriage, With No Comments

Foggy Memory Remember what life was like before kids? (It’s all kind of a big blur to me.) One question: What did you do with all of your free time! Having children changes things. Time once spent on yourself is now spent on nursing fevers, potty training, chauffeuring, chaperoning, trips…

Stop Your Divorce & Save Your Marriage Part 8: Sweat The Small Stuff

Gender Differences Are Not Irreconcilable One of my favorite comedians is Bill Cosby. He claims that gender differences fill a marriage with vibrancy and delight. In other words, women aren’t just “men” who can happen to have babies. And men aren’t just “women” who have a thing for spiking footballs….

Stop Your Divorce & Save Your Marriage Part 7: How to Save Your Marriage

THE CASE FOR MARRIAGE For the past several weeks, we’ve discussed some of the myths  and assumptions that surround divorce. One of the reasons is to raise awareness that divorce might not be the best (or even a very good) pathway out of an unhappy marriage. There are definite advantages…

Stop Your Divorce And Save Your Marriage Part 6

The Case For Staying Married What is your attitude towards marriage? Do you think of it more as a “ball and chain” or an exciting adventure? For some, marriage is about restriction and loss of personal independence. But to others, it’s about freedom and experiencing new realms of happiness, joy…