Relationship Advice and Tips

5 Ways to Become “One” in a Christian Marriage

Oneness in marriage is a deep level of intimacy and connection that a couple have with each other and with …

By Edwina L Reyes

Counselor, MFT, CSAC, CSAT| 4  min read

Making Your Own Marriage Rules

Since everyone is different, there are no blueprints that will work for every marriage. This is why it is up …

By Malyka Cardwell

Couple & Family Therapist, MFT| 2  min read

Loving an Addict

Loving the addict can be one of the most difficult and gut-wrenching experiences, especially for a husband or wife. You are …

By Tom Buckley

Psychotherapist, CASII| 2  min read

Put Some Happiness into Your Marriage in One Easy Step

When you first get married, you and your spouse are in deep amour; bad habits don’t annoy you and you …

By Danielle Adinolfi

Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT| 2 min read

Keeping the Connection in an Introvert-Extrovert Marriage

The differences in an introvert-extrovert marrying can be thrilling at first, with two people being total opposites. However, after the …

By Malyka Cardwell

Couple & Family Therapist, MFT| 2  min read

You’re Lost: How to Hold On to Your Identity

When you start a new relationship, whether it is with a new friend or being a spouse in a marriage, …

By Malyka Cardwell

Couple & Family Therapist, MFT| 2  min read

Review: The All-or-Nothing Marriage

The New York Times recently ran an article called, “The All-or-Nothing Marriage” by Eli J. Finkel.  The byline stated, “Couples …

By Mary Kay Cocharo

Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, Certified Encounter-centered Couples Therapist| 2  min read

Strengthen the Connection You Share in Your Marriage

After the novelty of a new relationship wears off, couples tend to realize that just loving one another is not …

By Mary Kay Cocharo

Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, Certified Encounter-centered Couples Therapist| 2  min read

The Power of Change in Relationships

As a Catholic, I recently celebrated Easter. At the church I attend, the priest began speaking about the attributes that …

By Mary Kay Cocharo

Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, Certified Encounter-centered Couples Therapist| 2  min read

Talking About Feelings and Family In Your Marriage

Couples who can survive the harshest of challenges in life together will have the most success in the long run. …

By Debbie McFadden

Clinical Counselor, LCSW, MSW, DMin| 2  min read

4 Great Tips for Having Difficult Discussions to Help Your Marriage

Having difficult conversations with your spouse is the Achilles heel for many relationships. Often, poor communication with spouse is the cause of that …

By Debbie McFadden

Clinical Counselor, LCSW, MSW, DMin| 4  min read

Discussing Difficult Topics in Your Marriage

Every couple must try to attain as much openness and honesty with each other as possible. All healthy relationships require …

By David McFadden

Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCPC, MSMFT, DMin| 2  min read

Asking the Right Questions to Enhance Your Relationships

The major culprits of communication breakdown in a relationship are dead end questions. Questions like the forever dull, “How was …

4  min read

How to rekindle a relationship

How to Rekindle Love Back into a Relationship

Most of us have considered or have attempted to rekindle a relationship. There are just some romantic connections worth a …

4  min read

Overcoming Emotional Anxiety After Your Husband’s Affair

What is Relationship Anxiety and How can you Deal with it?

Anxiety at the beginning of a relationship isn’t something very uncommon. Dating anxiety happens because you wonder that the person …

5  min read

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