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From handling conflicts to dealing with in-laws, there are several things many couples aren't prepared for when they marry. WebMD highlights several topics that can affect your relationship.
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Regrets: brides and grooms have had a few, and they're often money-related.
Love Is Not Enough: Important Considerations Before Marriage, by Deb Schwarz Hirschhorn, PhD Jack had a spring in his step as he headed for home. It was 2 AM, but the night had flown by. He was so ...
Why love really isn't enough!
More young adults are living with their parents. Why does this matter and is there anything we can do to change it?
For more than four decades, Americans have by and large ignored the devastating consequences of divorce on our nation's families.
What do you think? Good idea or not?
The record-low birthrate in the US is showing no signs of bouncing back, even with the economy on the mend. Evidence is growing that huge student debt may be deterring people from starting families.
Is this impacting young couples you know?
This Advent calendar with new links for each day is a countdown to Christmas that can help improve your marriage.
1. Nagging, nagging, nagging. We know about the squeaky wheel, but complaining loud and long gets you only short-term gains and builds up powerful discontent on your spouse's side.
No trust after one marriage too manySTLtoday.comDear Abby • I'm a 51-year-old man. Three years ago, my first and only marriage ended after 20 years.
Most of the time, my long-married military friends and I don’t think about infidelity. Until now.
How one person's infidelity impacts so many others.
Even in an age when about half of marriages end in divorce, young people are still hopeful about their own marriages lasting.
Here are some sweet and charming mobile apps meant for couples. These apps encourage communication, intimacy and romance.
Would you use these apps? Why or why not?
"I do." No other declarative sentence packs such immense cultural weight into a mere three letters.
Keith and Emelia Stark admit their marriage isn’t a typical one – Keith has 19 years on his 23-year-old bride – but in most ways, they’re cut ...(read more on Bridge.)
This article will spark a lot of conversations besides marriage.
Every marriage contains a unique blend of personalities, history, circumstances, problems, and joys.
Good insights into the early dynamics of many marriages.
Expectations, dreams- can impact/ for good or bad- helps to recognize them- " I' wish for, what "I thought it would be"
There is a lot of well-deserved attention paid to mothers and kids. Study after study looks at the impact that mothers have on their child from birth to adulthood.
Time to consider the importance of good fathers.
The picture of the twentysomething years painted by the pop culture—think Girls or The Mindy Project—suggests that young adults use their 20s as a kind of “odyssey years” to bridge adolescence and adulthood.
Features a parenting video created by UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center
For many couples, the Christmas holidays can be one of the most stressful times in their marriages.
Gets a bit political but McManus has some interesting statistics.
The sacrament of matrimony makes Catholic spouses and their families public signs of God’s love and thus missionaries, said the head of the Knights of Columbus. The missionary power of the Ca...
Over the many years of working with thousands of people looking to find a committed relationship, I've discovered numerous red flags that may indicate future problems.