A few of my tips to be your spouse's best friend and how they can keep your marriage strong and happy.
Frustration in relationships often comes from a lack of understanding more than from a lack of love. These books will open your eyes to the mind-boggling mysteries of the opposite gender, teaching how to show respect and love in a way that will strengthen both struggling and thriving relationships.
Five Love Languages is a book and web site that shows you how to renew, or even save, your marriage. Simple & effective: Get started in less than 2 hours.
First comes love, then comes the name change! A legal name change after marriage can be a potential paperwork nightmare. Let's make it simple and ensure you don't forget anything!
The internet is full of long lists about keeping a marriage happy after having babies, but most of these lists can be distilled into two items.
Proposals of marriage are still a traditional, boy-asks-girl world, although there are several notable exceptions to this male prerogative: Leap Year, Sadie Hawkins Day, and an African island.
Family issues at your wedding are always difficult to address. You each have a ton of people in your lives that care a great deal about you and want the best for you. Learn how to manage this situation with class.
Ten very good reasons not to divorce, from someone who's been there. If you have a choice, consider the cost before you make this life-changing decision.
My husband Dexter is amazing in many ways, but his top attribute is that he’s a pilot. It’s a well-kept secret, but being married to an aviator has numerous benefits far beyond the most obvious advantage, that they can fly a plane. Read on and I'll give you some examples.
They say, "The first year of marriage is always the hardest." Here's what I learned throughout our first year of being hitched!
Thinking about asking the woman you love to marry you? Here's some tips on how to make the experience perfect!
Are you ready to get married? Here are 7 signs you're ready for marriage and 3 major warning signs that you're not ready yet and should wait before settling down.
Here are ten very useful tips for keeping your marriage together, in spite of the challenges. This gives some honest down-to-earth, based on experience, and offers hope.
When my wife got married, no one ever told her how shocking giving up her maiden name was going to be for her. She felt like she had lost a part of herself. Newlyweds, you are not alone in this name-loss grief cycle.