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The Perfect Errand

The Perfect Errand

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Making sure your spouse feels loved and appreciated is a lot more important than getting the right brand of detergent.

The Bridal Party

The Bridal Party

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The joy and beauty of a Jewish wedding.

I Only Have Eyes For You

I Only Have Eyes For You

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A happy marriage is one where intimacy is protected against any and all intrusion by impenetrable barriers.

Marriage: For Women Only

Marriage: For Women Only

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How to make your husband feel like he's your knight in shining armor.

Marriage: For Men Only

Marriage: For Men Only

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A step-by-step survival guide.

How to Build Trust in Marriage

How to Build Trust in Marriage

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Without trust in your marriage, you are headed for an abusive relationship (or may be in one already).

It's Called

It's Called "Commitment"

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Today everything is disposable, from the trivial to the profound. It takes a dramatic shift to internalize the power of permanence.

Show Me!

Show Me!

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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.

The Power of Reframing

The Power of Reframing

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Turning a negative into a positive is essential to strengthening a marriage.

The Whipped Cream Wars

The Whipped Cream Wars

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A fun questionnaire reveals the preconceived notions that often underlie our conflicts in marriage.

Great Expectations

Great Expectations

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Your expectations in marriage can make the relationship thrive or falter.

Eye Contact

Eye Contact

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Giving your spouse your undivided attention.

Is Your Spouse Driving You Crazy?

Is Your Spouse Driving You Crazy?

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Figuring out your spouse's unique personality type will unlock beautiful new dimensions in marriage.

Don't Cause Pain, Give Pleasure, Part 1

Don't Cause Pain, Give Pleasure, Part 1

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The ultimate five-word formula for a successful marriage.

Five Steps to a Great Marriage #3: Be Like Builders

Five Steps to a Great Marriage #3: Be Like Builders

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Staying married means sharing meaningful goals and values.

What Men Really Want

What Men Really Want

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Three keys to a strong marriage.

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #5:  Be Masters of Growth and Healing

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #5: Be Masters of Growth and Healing

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A crucial task of marriage is to allow yourself to discover your weaknesses and take responsibility for working on and correcting them.

What Women Really Want

What Women Really Want

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Men, it's really very simple: our deepest desire is to be loved. Here's how to do it.

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #4: Be King and Queen

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #4: Be King and Queen

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Your spouse is your number one priority. Becoming queen and king means creating an unshakable alliance between husband and wife.

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #2: Be a Team

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #2: Be a Team

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Do you have the communication and negotiating skills needed to be a team?

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #1: Be Friends and Lovers

5 Steps to a Great Marriage #1: Be Friends and Lovers

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5 practical tools on becoming "beloved friends."

Bad Day at the Office

Bad Day at the Office

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Are life's daily frustrations slowly eating away at your marriage?

Quirks

Quirks

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Love means never having to say you're crazy.

Marriage and the Professional Woman

Marriage and the Professional Woman

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Recent studies suggest professional women are less happy in their marriage and more likely to divorce. Don't take the wrong lesson.

Love Letters or Casserole?

Love Letters or Casserole?

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The proper path to romance, and Elul.

7 Steps to Lasting Love

7 Steps to Lasting Love

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How to stay in love the rest of your life.

The Key to Expressing Love

The Key to Expressing Love

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Love is an active verb, not simply a passive response.

The Purpose of Marriage

The Purpose of Marriage

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Commitment to creating an intimate marriage will facilitate mutual self-discovery and a life of meaningful fulfillment.

Marriage Dances

Marriage Dances

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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.

Have You Found Your Soul-Mate?

Have You Found Your Soul-Mate?

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Know when to say "I do." Then the real work begins.

Also Loved

Also Loved

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A wife needs to constantly feel that her husband loves her.

Second Marriage

Second Marriage

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Down-to-earth wisdom for the second time around.

Emotional Intimacy

Emotional Intimacy

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Bring the closeness of a vacation together into everyday life.

8 Ways to a More Peaceful Home

8 Ways to a More Peaceful Home

by Stephanie Savir

This Chanukah, banish the cloud of negativity in your home.

Getting Closer

Getting Closer

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An eight-week intimacy building program that will greatly increase the closeness and pleasure you want to experience with your spouse.

The Good Wife

The Good Wife

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Am I on my way to becoming a Stepford Wife?

Communication - the Key to a Good Marriage

Communication - the Key to a Good Marriage

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Effective communication means verbalizing needs and listening carefully.

The Peaceful Fight

The Peaceful Fight

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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.

Lion Taming

Lion Taming

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How to deal with your spouse's anger.

Ten Rules for Effective Communication

Ten Rules for Effective Communication

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How to speak so your spouse will listen.

The 24 Hour Rule

The 24 Hour Rule

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Bite your tongue if necessary, and wait a day before rebutting your spouse on any controversial or emotionally charged topic.

Honey, Just Listen!

Honey, Just Listen!

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How to finally get your spouse to truly hear you.

Learning How to Talk to Your Spouse

Learning How to Talk to Your Spouse

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Four communication skills essential for success in marriage.

Homecoming

Homecoming

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Days after we got married, we suddenly found ourselves with nowhere to live. How do you build the home of your dreams in a hotel room?

A Question of Character

A Question of Character

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After catching her fiance in a serious lie, should she go ahead with the marriage?

The Marital Crisis

The Marital Crisis

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Time does not heal all wounds.

Working Toward Love

Working Toward Love

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Love is not mystical. If you want the benefits of a deeply committed and loving relationship, then you have to put in the effort to make it happen.

The Litmus Test

The Litmus Test

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Who are you inside the privacy of your home?

Greeting Your Spouse

Greeting Your Spouse

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Don't take for granted your spouse on the other side of the door.

A Ten-Year Power Struggle

A Ten-Year Power Struggle

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A power struggle can only continue if both antagonists "play the game."