A simple tool guaranteed to improve your marriage if you commit to trying it.
Easy to implement, insightful tips.
Marriage thrives when each other works to support their spouse's growth.
I want to be religious and my wife doesn't. What should I do?
The unintended consequences of planning my husband's surprise birthday party.
Protect your marriage by avoiding friendships with members of the opposite sex.
I thought I was a giving person. Then I got married and had kids.
Why marriage matters. A Jewish response to Liz Gilbert’s new bestseller.
What kind of man does a woman really want? Hint: It's not Homer Simpson.
What to do when she wants Shabbos and he wants the football game.
Success in marriage hinges on consistent performance of these key habits.
Lessons from the first marriage in history.
If the President isn't too busy to find regular time for his wife and his marriage, what excuse do we have?
Making our marriage the number one priority.
It's all in the small daily actions and interactions that say "You matter to me."
Diminish the negative and accentuate the positive.
How to make this relationship thing work.
Transform a relationship mired in negativity into one based on trust and safety.
Allowing the needs of another to take precedence doesn't make you a wimp. It's affirming the supremacy of the marriage over the individual.
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.