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3 Easy Ways To Keep You Marriage Strong

Alisa Grace - September 19, 2018

Do you want to keep your marriage strong and firing on all cylinders? The good news is that it does not take loads of money, tons of time, or expensive date nights to do the job. In this video, Alisa Grace shares 3 easy steps that you can take today to keep your relationship strong. 


The 5-to-1 Happiness Ratio

Tim Muehlhoff - September 5, 2018

Is there a secret to relational happiness? What if there was a simple concept that could help protect your relationship? In this video, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explains a concept that Dr. John Gottman calls the "happiness ratio." For every one of these interactions, there should be five other interactions between you. It sounds simple, but is it? Take a look!


Launching Adults, Not Babysitting Children

Arlene Pellicane - August 28, 2018

When parents have children, interesting questions arise: how will you teach your children life lessons? Will they learn as you model things for them? Will you need to explain how to behave or how to listen? In this article, author Arlene Pellicane writes on this topic, to encourage parents to think about how to launch adults as opposed to babysitting children. What do you think of her approach?


How Good Are You At Emotional Tennis?

Chris Grace, Alisa Grace - August 22, 2018

What in the world is emotional tennis? When was the last time your partner made an emotional bid for your attention and you responded appropriately? Was it at the end of a long day and you unloaded the stress of the day? Was it an insecurity that your spouse shared with you and gave you the chance to affirm them? In this video, Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace talk about how important these small bids for attention and affection can be to a relationship!


How Can I Stay Invested In The Relationship?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - August 15, 2018

What counts as a date-night? How do I balance my relationship with the rest of life's demands? In this episode of the podcast, we continue the conversation with Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia. He points to some research and advice on the benefit of making small investments in your marriage. As a father of nine children, he has learned quite a few lessons on this topic personally.


Living Together: Is It Really That Bad?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - August 1, 2018

From some of the research, children who are born to cohabiting parents are 90% more likely to see their mom and dad break up by the time they turn 12. The data is painting a picture of cohabitation that isn't talked about.  What do you think about these statistics?


Top 10 Relationship Killers

Debra Fileta - July 17, 2018

When you think about your relationship with your spouse, are there obvious things that come to mind when considering problem areas? A relationship does not blossom overnight and neither does distance between you and your spouse. Debra Fileta outlines 10 areas to consider when you are protecting your marriage relationship. Do you recognize any of these areas? How do you combat them in your relationship?


How Can I Support A Friend Who Is Depressed?

Chris Grace - June 26, 2018

Unfortunately, many people struggle with depression today, and probably even more than we realize. Depression is a difficult and psychologically complex disorder, so what are some practical ways to help a friend dealing with it? In today's post, Dr. Grace offers sound guidance for helping friends and loved ones who battle depression.

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