Should we pretend the fight never happened and soldier on? Or can we harness the aftermath of our arguments to strengthen, not strain, our marriage?
Experts share how to keep your marriage at the center of your life, no matter how full it may get.
Four women tell their stories about how they were able to believe in a new relationship again, after being divorced or widowed.
Couples whose marriages have spanned five decades and beyond have much wisdom to share about the process – of building a relationship and growing older together.
Are you willing to embark on the hard work of unconditional giving? After studying how to maximize his own marriage, Reuven Epstein’s dynamic course helps couples reclaim theirs.
While my parents actually got divorced over two decades into their marriage, the process leading up to it began long before
It’s extremely awkward for me to write this question to a women’s magazine, but for various reasons, I can’t go for help, and the lack of real respect and deeper connection in my home bothers me terribly,
While the journey to the chuppah is often fraught with questions, conflict, and doubt, it seems that the real issues begin on the walk back down the aisle. Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier, known for the advice, wisdom, and wit he shares on his popular site, The Shmuz, examines some of the most common bumps in the road, for both dating and married couples.
Whether you’re in a troubled marriage or your marriage simply has a few troubles, it can dramatically impact your child’s development. Practical ways to diffuse marital tension — and create a safer, happier home for your family.