Am I on my way to becoming a Stepford Wife?
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.
Bite your tongue if necessary, and wait a day before rebutting your spouse on any controversial or emotionally charged topic.
Four communication skills essential for success in marriage.
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?
You don't restore a marriage by getting the other to do your will. You transform a relationship by creating love, collaboration and respect.
After catching her fiance in a serious lie, should she go ahead with the marriage?
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.
A power struggle can only continue if both antagonists "play the game."
A couple is caught in the common marital game called "Who is the Biggest Victim?" where the two competitors vie for the position of whose needs are more legitimate.
Transform a relationship mired in negativity into one based on trust and safety.
Get rid of the illusions and let your marriage soar.
More than extravagant gestures, marriages are built with the small daily attentions.
We're supposed to be the perfect wife, mother, employee, boss. But is such a thing possible?
Practical solutions for dealing with anger and negativity in marriage.
How to stay cool and collected when you're about to blow your top.
If I want someone I love to change, what would be the most effective way to accomplish it?
Do you believe it's possible to achieve marital bliss?
Ten surefire ways to give your spouse pleasure.
Inundated with the scandal and speculation of the Clinton years, we have lost our ability to appreciate what it really takes to make a marriage work.
25% of all marriages end in divorce within four years. Why?
The basic building block for marriage is love. The love you create will affect the health of your children, too.
I cringed at the title, but the book, "The Surrendered Wife," offers a surprising amount of wisdom.
Do you still remember why you married your spouse? Do you make an effort to keep the romance alive? Are you still cheering each other on?
Are you silently keeping score of who does what in your marriage? Here are some practical tips on how to give unconditionally and intensify your love.
Men and women were created as opposites and their differing natures can elevate or undermine a marriage.
Disagreement is a natural part of marriage. Speak softly and definitely forget the big stick.
Don't take for granted your spouse on the other side of the door.