Entries tagged with “Marriage”
Where can you put your anxiety so that you can continue functioning?
Emotional intimacy outside of marriage isn't necessarily harmless. Here are some ideas on how to maintain boundaries that work for both partners.
Knowing what relationship mistakes to avoid can help you and your partner argue with less friction.
Together 24/7 (or for many years) and feel like you've said it all? Here are five ways to reboot the communication and create new and meaningful conversations between you and your partner.
Feel negative and frustrated every time you do the laundry? You are not alone.
So the honeymoon is over? Use these 70 affirmations to love your partner then, now, and forever—no matter what may come.
Rabbi Rami Shapiro answers questions from S&H readers. “I’m engaged to a man I met in Bible study. He asked me to be his helpmeet the way Eve was Adam’s helpmeet (Genesis 2:18) ... What do you think he means?”
Expressing and releasing a specific resentment makes space for love in this letting go ritual for couples.
Writer Jane Ganahl asks: Where is the search for our “soul mate” taking us?
After only two years of marriage, I lost my husband to a disease neither one of us had ever heard of. My best friend is getting married and she has asked me not to attend the weddi…
Being present is a healing gift you can offer to anyone—loved ones and strangers alike.
My husband and I met while I was on Maui on vacation and spent the next five months on the phone, back in the pre-Internet days. While “dating” long distance between Maui and Calif…
For 12 years, Brigham Young University assistant professor Jeremy Yorgason, Ph.D., and his colleagues tracked 1,217 married couples, randomly selected from around the United States…
The more you sleep, the more likely you are to be satisfied with your marriage.
So you think you know what you want: But are you sure? When I was much younger and pondering having children as a life’s path, my girlfriend who had children said, “You should only…
Death cannot stop true love.
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Active listening can change everything from the way you interact with others to how you create familiarity in your marriage because you learn to proactively listen to others.
I’m a daddy’s girl, and my upcoming wedding to my girlfriend is killing him. I want him to walk me down the aisle, but I don’t think he’ll even attend. How do I get over my anger a…
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