Examine your actions vis-a-vis your spouse and ask, "Who do I think about more: my mate or myself?"
Without admitting that we need each other, it is almost impossible to give and receive love.
Instead of complaining about what's wrong, ask for what you need.
When was the last time you and your spouse went out together on a date?
Making sure your spouse feels loved and appreciated is a lot more important than getting the right brand of detergent.
A happy marriage is one where intimacy is protected against any and all intrusion by impenetrable barriers.
How to make your husband feel like he's your knight in shining armor.
Without trust in your marriage, you are headed for an abusive relationship (or may be in one already).
Today everything is disposable, from the trivial to the profound. It takes a dramatic shift to internalize the power of permanence.
Yes it's romantic to sit and stare into each other's eyes. But talk won't build a marriage in the same way that action will.
Turning a negative into a positive is essential to strengthening a marriage.
A fun questionnaire reveals the preconceived notions that often underlie our conflicts in marriage.
Your expectations in marriage can make the relationship thrive or falter.
Figuring out your spouse's unique personality type will unlock beautiful new dimensions in marriage.
The ultimate five-word formula for a successful marriage.
Staying married means sharing meaningful goals and values.
A crucial task of marriage is to allow yourself to discover your weaknesses and take responsibility for working on and correcting them.
Men, it's really very simple: our deepest desire is to be loved. Here's how to do it.
Your spouse is your number one priority. Becoming queen and king means creating an unshakable alliance between husband and wife.
Do you have the communication and negotiating skills needed to be a team?
5 practical tools on becoming "beloved friends."
Are life's daily frustrations slowly eating away at your marriage?
Recent studies suggest professional women are less happy in their marriage and more likely to divorce. Don't take the wrong lesson.
Love is an active verb, not simply a passive response.
Commitment to creating an intimate marriage will facilitate mutual self-discovery and a life of meaningful fulfillment.
A common marriage dance is a two-step called "attack-withdrawal." One wants expressions of love and asks for it the wrong way; the other feels threatened and retreats.
Know when to say "I do." Then the real work begins.
Bring the closeness of a vacation together into everyday life.
This Chanukah, banish the cloud of negativity in your home.
An eight-week intimacy building program that will greatly increase the closeness and pleasure you want to experience with your spouse.
Effective communication means verbalizing needs and listening carefully.
Go to bed angry ... fight with your spouse ... This advice might seem like a strange way to attain peace in the home, but it works.
Don't take for granted your spouse on the other side of the door.
Bite your tongue if necessary, and wait a day before rebutting your spouse on any controversial or emotionally charged topic.