Do We Really Need To Talk About Finances?

Phillip Rosheim - March 19, 2019

Dear CMR,

My wife and I have pretty similar styles of handling our finances and so we don't talk about our money often. Is that a problem? Why should we talk about money if there doesn't seem to be an issue?


Financially Free

32 Questions to Grow Together Spiritually

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - March 13, 2019

How often do you talk with your family about spiritual intimacy? What about with your significant other? These conversations can be hard to start, which is why CMR developed 32 Questions to Deeper Spiritual Intimacy. This questionnaire helps open up the conversation about your relationship with God, what has been hard to handle, what has felt disappointing, or what God seems to be doing currently. Try these questions out today!

You Just Fought: Now What? 3 Steps to Repair After a Fight

Chris Grace - March 12, 2019

Do you know that feeling? You've just had a fight and now things have cooled off. What do you do? How do you repair the relationship after the argument and restore the connection you had? This article explains some research behind arguments and how to resolve things in a healthy way. 

Before I Blow Up At My Friend

Jennifer Jones - March 5, 2019

Dear CMR,

I was really hurt by a friend of mine the other day, and I feel it lingering in the back of my mind. I don't want to blow up at them, but I come close to doing that when we hang out together.


Holding It In

Parents, How Did You First Learn About Sex?

Tim Muehlhoff - February 27, 2019

How old should kids be when they first have "the talk?" In our culture today, children are learning about sexuality at a younger and younger age and from so many different places. In this video, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff shares some research from psychologists and recommendations for parents who are preparing to talk with their kids about sex. One of his first words of advice: have more than one conversation. Watch this video to find out his other recommendations.

Me & You & A New Baby, Too

Alisa Grace - February 26, 2019

The relationship between a husband and wife is so important! It establishes the foundation of emotional and relational well-being for the whole family. When kids first enter the picture, the focus is oftentimes on the mother's role in parenting which can leave the husband feeling isolated and useless. But, according to research a father actually has a big role to play! 

"Should We Take A Break?"

Debra Fileta - February 19, 2019

Dear CMR,

My girlfriend and I have been dating for just over a year now and we have hit a snag. Someone suggested that we take a break for a while. Is that a good idea?


Tired and Frustrated

4 Steps to Making More Time For Each Other

Alisa Grace - February 13, 2019

Do you ever feel like your marriage is always on the back burner? Do other things in your schedule like work, kids, or volunteer responsibilities take priority over time alone with your spouse? Alisa Grace explains some research on marital happiness and gives you four easy steps to help you carve out some valuable time for your relationship. Take a look!

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