Shrinks on the Streets: Happy Marriages Require Spending Time with Your Spouse

The amount of time you spend with your spouse is critical for a happy marriage.

The One Question Every Couple Should Ask

In honor of Tu B’Av, a day of harmony, a practical tool for filling your home with peace and joy.

Love and Knowledge: The Basis for a Great Marriage

If you don’t really know someone, how can you truly love them?

Marital Survival Guide: From E to H

From empathy to hope, more practical advice on improving your marriage.

When You Stay Together for the Kids

How to make a difficult situation better.

The Courage to be Vulnerable: A Key to Intimacy

How to push through our fear to act with authenticity and vulnerability.

The Night before My Wedding

12 years later I still feel that anything is possible.

Your Fifty-Day Marital Survival Guide

Short and blunt ABC's of sustaining your marriage during the next fifty days of the pandemic.

Unemployment and Your Marriage

Practical tips on keeping your marriage stable during this tumultuous (and temporary!) period.

8 Tips to Improve Your Marriage Under Lockdown

Because most relationships will not emerge from this extraordinary time the way they went in.

Keeping Your Marriage Strong during Quarantine

4 practical suggestions on how to best use this time together to find peace with one another.

The Quarantine Quest: 10 Questions for Couples

How to deepen your relationship with your spouse during lockdown.

Love in the Time of Corona

Three lessons to help you and your spouse to get through this difficult time.

Creating Lasting Love in Marriage

How marriage is the greatest opportunity for real growth and real love.

Marriage after Widowhood

When my wife died, I was certain I'd never find complete happiness again. Like Sheryl Sandberg, I was wrong.

Differences in My Marriage

It’s not the sameness, but the differences that create marital ties.

Emotional Infidelity

Protect your marriage by avoiding friendships with members of the opposite sex.

The Flame Is Going Out in My Marriage

My husband is a very decent man who shares my values. I feel guilty for not being content, but the terrible truth is that I’m unsatisfied and bored.

Hanukkah & Weddings: The Deeper Connection

Celebrating Hanukkah represents the same type of joy as getting married – we actively choose who we love in order to continue our people.

Empty Nesters: Challenges and Opportunities

With the kids out of the house, a whole new set of challenges suddenly appear.

A Husband's Promise

Because every husband could use a little reminding.

PODCAST: The Surprising Three-Word Phrase Essential in Every Marriage

Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb on giving, taking, and communicating in marriage.

5 Things Smart Couples Don't Do

Practical guidance to improve your marriage.

4 Ways Marriages Fade Away

How to avoid falling off an emotional cliff.

The Six Intimacy Skills

Laura Doyle’s tools can make any marriage better.

PODCAST: The Keys to a Long-lasting Marriage

Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb explains why communication, commitment, and shared vision are essential in marriage.

Marriage Advice from Woman Married 67 Years

The unstoppable Leona Fallas has loads of marriage advice, some of it unconventional.

After Death, Changing My Relationship with My Mother-in-Law

It’s never too late to make the relationship better.

Secrets to Having a Good Fight

Practical points that are easy to say but a real challenge to implement.

The Myth of What Men Want

It’s not just physical intimacy; men want emotional intimacy and connection.

PODCAST: Accepting the Person I Married

Rabbi David Aaron on establishing unconditional love in your marriage.

The Bezos' $137 Billion Divorce

Thoughts on the break-up of one of the world’s wealthiest couples.

PODCAST: JPODCAST: Just Married and We’re Already Arguing

Rosie Einhorn & Sherry Zimmerman on how newlyweds can develop problem-solving skills together.

Three Ingredients for a Successful Marriage

The importance of life goals, commitment and real love.

4 Steps to Stop Most Fights

How to stop any fight and go from adversaries to peaceful collaborators.

When Your Love for Your Spouse Just Isn’t There

Don’t panic. It’s normal and there is a lot you can do to fix it.

PODCAST: Marriage: Building a Home and Each Other

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky on shared values, gratitude, and relinquishing control of one’s spouse.

Red Flags in Marriage and What to Do about Them

How to keep your marriage strong and passionate.

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