Relationship Meltdown in Ikea

“Why do couples fight in Ikea?” friends asked us. They had made a long-planned store visit on the weekend and almost every couple they encountered, including themselves, were stressed, tense and

Relationship Meltdown in Ikea2018-03-20T14:45:45+11:00

The Brighter Side to Arguments

Are arguments a problem in a marriage? Many people think that the presence of arguments signal that something is fundamentally faulty with the relationship.Ron and Kathy Feher explore how arguments do not signify something

The Brighter Side to Arguments2020-10-23T13:26:32+11:00

Love is a Dance

Dr Sue Johnson is a renowned therapist and specialist in attachment theory. For more articles, visit: http://www.drsuejohnson.com/ There are only so many dances in a love relationship. The happier we are, the more fluid

Love is a Dance2015-04-10T12:33:33+10:00

Time Out for Couples

Does Your Marriage Need a Time-Out? Danielle Bean talks about the value of time apart...for the purpose of being of better together. | Catholic Match | Read more here I will

Time Out for Couples2020-01-21T15:15:17+11:00

Making a change for the better

Change is difficult. It can also be complicated. Despite our best intentions, sustained change often eludes us. We’ve had many spouses tell us that their husband or wife promised to change and

Making a change for the better2015-01-15T14:55:49+11:00

Video: How To Fight A Baby

An instructional, light-hearted video by comedian Gavin McInnes on 'How to fight your baby'.  

Video: How To Fight A Baby2020-11-06T13:52:42+11:00

The Art of Apology

Do you feel mystified or helpless when your spouse is upset with you? Do your apologies get rejected?     Reconciliation doesn't happen spontaneously. You have to be intentional and specific. Read

The Art of Apology2015-01-15T14:58:41+11:00
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