A look at three “conflict blueprints” to help you and your partner constructively manage conflict around unsolvable problems.
If you’re struggling to find a healthy balance of authenticity and honesty with your selfless partner, perhaps you need to consider working toward deeper, more intimate conversations with them.
Here's how to stay connected when our minds are preoccupied with our own stresses.
You made her. You make her every day. She’s priceless. But you made something else that day. You made a father.
Instead of letting an emotional affair destroy marriage, improve things with the right knowledge and resources.
Instead of saying "we need to talk", try using these phrases to break the silence in your relationship.
According to Dr. Gottman, straight couples may have a lot to learn from gay and lesbian relationships.
Dr. Gottman has discovered that successful marriages use repair attempts like golfers use mulligans.
Instead of trying to change your partner, be the change you wish to see in your relationship.
Have you ever had a “make-or-break” moment in your marriage?
Potential for conflict arises when spouses fall on different points of the spectrum in terms of their needs.
Who does the housework? The paid work? And who decides?