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Dealing With an Angry Spouse

An angry spouse can be hard to live with. Anger can erupt when you least expect it. In this article I help you understand it and provide a strategy to resolve it. The internet is full of tips regarding anger management. Management of anger is not the answer. Resolving the anger in an angry spouse […]

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3 Reasons Why You Deserve Marriage Coaching

Marriage coaching helps you experience the marriage you want. Marriage coaching is not counseling or therapy. Marriage coaches focus on where you are now, identify and resolve the marriage problems, and help you move forward to where you want to be. As a certified coach in Strategic Interventions I educate individuals and couples on the […]

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How to Transform Your Marriage From OK to AWESOME

This article is about how to take your marriage from OK to AWESOME. As a certified coach, I know most OK marriages will never improve. Research also tells me many with an OK marriage will not address the minor problems, and those minor problems will grow to moderate problems. It doesn’t have to be this way. […]

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How to Solve Marriage Problems with This 1 Relationship Skill

Many marriage problems can be fixed. There is 1 skill that is required. This skill is the foundation on which all marriage tips, techniques, and coaching strategies are based upon. Marriage coaches rely on this skill to solve many marriage problems. Once you learn and apply this skill, you can begin to experience the happy […]

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6 Pillars of a Happy Marriage

I call them the 6 Pillars of a Happy Marriage. They are not merely marriage ideas, tips, or concepts. They are fundamental and integral to a happy marriage. They are not even my ideas or anything that is based on my life experiences. If they were, they would only apply to people who are like […]

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Is There a Best Age to Get Married

New research suggests there is a best age to get married. The Institute of Family Studies los at results from 1995 and compares it to 2006-2010. Nicholas H. Wolfinger, a University of Utah psychologist conducted the research. According to the research, the least chance of divorce is to get married in the ages of 30 to […]

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Arguing on the Internet, Vows, and Bad Mindsets

Arguing on the internet is a futile act. It is road rage at the keyboard. It rarely accomplishes anything other than raising one’s blood pressure. Today, arguing on the internet is such a common practice that it illustrates just how bad things are in our society. I was recently reading an article where someone was bashing […]

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Learn How to Make a Happy Marriage Plan – Part 2

A marriage plan is key to a happy marriage. Marriage coaches, counselors, and therapists recommend following a marriage plan. Left to our own, we tend to wing it or read marriage tips. In my previous post about making a happy marriage plan, I discussed why those two methods fail. In this article I give you […]

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Learn How to Make a Happy Marriage Plan – Part 1

Do you have a marriage plan, “wing it,” or follow marriage tips? Marriage coaches, counselors, and therapists all teach proven marriage plans that work. Unfortunately, too many of us don’t take the time to develop our own marriage plan. In this part 1 of a 2-part series, I will explore the two most common ways […]

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