6 guidelines for maintaining financial harmony

It’s true: financial problems are one of the LEADING reasons behind divorce. Often the shared management of money is a practical issue that isn’t really discussed or fully considered by a couple before they get married. But soon enough, it can become a major issue in the marriage, which can put strain on the relationship. […]

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6 Vows for Restoring the ‘We-Culture’ in your Marriage

Today I’m going to be sharing with you some great advice from parenting and relationship gurus Ian and Mary Grant, co-authors of Growing Great Marriages. We are going to be focusing in particular on how to re-gain a sense of ‘we-ness’ in your marriage when you and your spouse have started to feel isolated from […]

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The simple conversation that will keep your marriage alive

Today I’m going to be sharing with you another piece of expert advice from psychologist and marriage guru John Gottman. Gottman’s extensive observational research on married couples has shown the most effective way that you can restore emotional intimacy with your spouse on a daily basis. The answer sounds simple but is so important for […]

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Is Technology Getting In The Way Of Your Marriage?

How often these days do you see a couple out together who are both on their mobile phones, paying no attention to each other whatsoever? Today I’m going to be discussing a very modern issue which many couples are struggling with in their relationships. An issue which is not talked about enough. What I’m going […]

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4 ways to keep your marriage healthy after having children

Have you experienced a decline in your marriage since having children? Do you sometimes find yourself wishing that things could ‘go back to how they were’ with your husband or wife? Today I’m going to be sharing with you some ground-breaking research from psychologist and best-selling author John Gottman on how to handle the changes […]

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What to do when your spouse emotionally withdraws

When your relations with your spouse reach the point of emotional withdrawal, your marriage has entered crisis mode. At this time, your spouse has not physically left your marriage, but it will feel as if they are not there. They have stopped making any kind of emotional investment into the marriage, leaving you feeling rejected […]

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Overcoming addiction in your marriage

Is a drug addiction tearing your family apart? Do you suspect that your spouse may have become addicted to alcohol or drugs? Are you sick of the lies, the deceit and the pain? Drug abuse is an ugly disease that even the most virtuous and highest achieving people in our society can fall victim to. […]

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Saving Your Marriage On Your Own

Does this sound like you? You’ve had ongoing problems in your marriage for a while now. The same issues seem to be argued about over and over, and the atmosphere between you and your spouse is frosty at best. The thing is, while YOU want to work through your problems and get your marriage back […]

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What Sex Says About Your Marriage

Lucy and Chris roll off each other, sighing with pleasure and feeling like a weight has been lifted from their shoulders. They embrace and kiss each other goodnight before falling into contented sleep. Angela rolls away to face the wall as Mack gets into bed. They don’t touch or speak and lay awake in an […]

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Divorce - Is it as simple as it promises?

Maybe you or your spouse are having doubts about your marriage, and have started thinking that the grass may be greener on the other side. In fact, the grass beneath your feet may be looking pretty dead and dry right now. But if it was to be given the right kind of nurturance, do you […]

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