Monthly Archives: August 2009

>Sunday Morning Communication

>Good morning couples! I hope you slept well. When you are awake, think of one thing that you can do for or with your partner, that will make them happy.I hope you found time this weekend to be alone and … Continue reading

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>I’m Right! No, I’m Right!

>Do most of your arguments with your significant other turn into a who’s right, who’s wrong battlefield? There is no right or wrong, just different perspectives. Do you want to be right or happy? When a person feels safe in … Continue reading

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>Relationships 101: What is Divorce?

>The recent statistics show that over sixty percent of marriages end in divorce. Many of these divorces come from second and third marriages. What is divorce and why is it so prevalent today? Fifty years ago, the marriage philosophy was … Continue reading

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>Counselors: Couples Need to Communicate to Survive Strain

>Couples must keep the lines of communication open to survive the stress of foreclosures and financial problems that could put them at risk of divorce, said Katherine Hertlein, an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. We see … Continue reading

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