Divorce can be an earth-shattering experience. Life takes on a different texture and confidence in the things that you once believed in can be questioned. In this article, Dr. Chris Grace shares seven points on how to begin to build confidence back in yourself, in relationships, and in life in general. As you read through these comments, do you agree with these points?
Do you find yourself disagreeing with your spouse on a regular basis? Maybe it’s about money or division of household chores or how to raise your children. It seems like there are a thousand things to argue about. However, according to Dr. Tim Downs, every one of our conflicts can be boiled down to one of seven basic topics, including loyalty, security, and responsibility.
In our world today, fathers are getting a lot of mixed press when it comes to their importance to the family. In this article, Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, explains 5 myths about fathers and their role in families that you might have heard leading up to Father's Day. Do you resonate with any of these?
Picture this scene: two brothers in their backyard throwing a baseball back and forth. They are both enjoying themselves and laughing together. All of a sudden, one of the boys decides to throw a fastball and it lands in his brother's baseball glove with a loud 'WHACK!' What do you think happens next? In this video, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff shares this scenario and how it can teach us about communication patterns. Is the analogy he uses helpful?
When you take a look at the ways that social media use has become a habit and a compulsion, it can be unsettling. In this article, Dorothy Greco continues to explore what is going on behind social media use and some practical advice on how to control your use of it rather than letting it control you.
What causes a marriage to thrive? What causes a happy marriage? What if one question could help you determine whether your marriage is thriving? In this video, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff talks about this question, first posed by Dr. John Gottmann, leading marital researcher and author of 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work. Try asking yourself this question! How do you find yourself answering?
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