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Two Key Practices in Every Healthy Relationship

Willa Williams - March 7, 2018

When you consider the relationships in your life, what are two simple things that you can do to make them more stable and healthier? Marriage and Family Therapist Willa Williams shares two key practices she considers vital to work on in healthy relationships. Do you agree with these two points?

Help! It Seems Like We're Speaking Different Languages!

Kimberly Miller - March 6, 2018

A CMR reader and her husband define key terms like "love," care," and "support" very differently. It feels like they're speaking different languages. Can they bridge such a communication gap and find fulfillment in their marriage? 

Can Gratitude Change Your Perspective?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - February 28, 2018

When your dream of playing basketball is lost over a broken knee, where do you find hope? When you experience someone in your life coming down with cancer, what keeps your head up? In this podcast today, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff and Dr. Chris Grace talk about how deeply we can feel disappointment and how we might combat that with gratitude.

Life For Your Marriage After An Affair pt.I

Paul Friesen - February 27, 2018

Affairs, whether physical or emotional, are a really bad idea, so please take every precaution not to have one. Fortunately, affairs do not need to end a marriage. If genuine repentance and restoration driven by forgiveness and grace are experienced, there is no reason the marriage cannot survive and even thrive. Here are 8 important truths on the road to reconciliation.

Fighting Discontent with Gratitude

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - February 14, 2018

Have you noticed? The culture around us pushes an idea that we should never settle for something we have, always trying to reach out for something bigger or better, newer or more intriguing. Today Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explain how taking time to be grateful for what you have can be a way to fight discontent. See if any of their tips resonate with you!

Contentment in an Age of Discontent

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - January 31, 2018

In a world that says you have to have it all, how should we respond? More importantly, how do we build an attitude of contentment in an age of discontent? Today, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explain how to create contentment and joy in response to the culture of discontent. 

"They Are Still Upset At Me!"

Tim Muehlhoff - January 23, 2018

With conflict (especially after an argument), what do you do if one spouse is ready to resolve things and the other is still upset and doesn't want to make amends just yet? Where can you go with a situation like this? How do you influence your partner to make amends once a conflict has been finished? Dr. Tim Muelhoff explains some of his thoughts below. Does this sound like something you could try in our relationship?

Is Premarital Counseling Really That Important?

Willa Williams - January 16, 2018

Premarital counseling provides a space to learn new skills, understand what a healthy marriage looks like, understand expectations within marriage and so much more. Today, Willa Williams (LMFT) explains why premarital counseling can benefit every couple before they obtain their marriage license. 

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