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Trying to Avoid Awkwardness After Rejection

Chris Grace - July 25, 2017

Being friends is one thing, but trying to be friends after rejection is another. It's an awkward situation to navigate, but it can be done! Today, Dr. Chris Grace offers help for how to be friends with someone after they rejected you. 


5 Reasons to Communicate and Resolve Conflict from a Spiritual Perspective

Willa Williams - July 18, 2017

The skills of communication and conflict resolution are crucial in relationships, but are there spiritual benefits as well? Today, Willa Williams (MA, LMFT) wraps up her series by diving deeper into five motivations for communicating and resolving conflict from a spiritual perspective. 


How to Communicate Dissatisfaction with Your Partner

Tim Muehlhoff - July 12, 2017

It isn’t necessary to see eye-to-eye on every topic in a marriage, but if you see something wrong in your relationship, and your spouse refuses to listen to your complaints, what can you do? Is it possible to convince your partner that something is broken if they can’t see it? Today, Dr. Muehlhoff explores what it looks like to communicate dissatisfaction in your relationship with an oblivious partner.


Benefits of Communication and Conflict Resolution

Willa Williams - July 4, 2017

It's no question that everyone wants to communicate and resolve conflict in a healthy way. If done well, it results in higher levels of happiness and health in our lives. In today's blog, family therapist Willa Williams dives into the physical, the psychological, and the spiritual benefits of good communication and conflict management, helping you develop the skills necessary for a happy, healthy marriage.


Theological Differences in Marriage

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace, Tim Muehlhoff, Noreen Muehlhoff, Erik Thoennes, Donna Thoennes - June 28, 2017

Christians are consistently encouraged to find a partner with whom they’re “equally yolked," but how far does that commandment go? Do a husband and wife need to agree on every theological issue they come across? The panel discusses their thoughts on theological agreement within marriage in this Q&A session.


What About A One-Sided Relationship?

Chris Grace - June 27, 2017

In relationships, whether it's friendships, family, or romantic relationships, one person sometimes will put in more effort than the other. But what happens when only one person is willing to grow and change? Dr. Chris Grace explains how to approach this situation with frank evaluation of the relationship, as well as your own expectations.


7 Reasons We Fail to Communicate and Resolve Conflict Well

Willa Williams - June 20, 2017

If we are honest, we must admit that we are not the best at communicating our feelings or resolving conflict. It may be because these things were not well-modeled for us, or perhaps we're just not very skilled at them. First, in this first in a series of three blogs, Willa Williams (MA, LMFT) describes seven reasons why we fail to communicate and resolve conflict well. Parts two and three will focus on why we should and how we can do them well, giving us the skills we need to cultivate a healthy relationship.


How to Bring the Spark Back Into Your Marriage

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - June 14, 2017

Life is busy, and sometimes that busyness means that your spouse gets pushed to the wayside. If you’ve fallen into a relational rut and want to rekindle that spark in your marriage, check out our latest video blog on the CMR website.

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