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Infatuation vs. Love
Have you ever felt the excitement of new love? When love begins, it’s thrilling, and you think about the person often. But is this genuinely love, or is it infatuation? And if it is true love, will it last?
Why Do You Love Someone? How People Fall In Love
Did you know there's a process to falling in love? At Marriage Helper, we call it the LovePath. Whether you knew it or not, you followed a process that led you to fall in love with your spouse.
Feeling Disrespected In My Relationship
Respect is a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. How does that translate to a relationship?
Top Unhappy Marriage Signs
Marriage is a journey that takes hard work and effort. Luckily that journey comes with memorable moments and the opportunity to do life right with your partner.
How To Have A Strong Marriage – 3 Most Important Things To Do Right Now
We're going to share with you what we believe are the three most important things to ensure a strong marriage.
How To Get Your Spouse To Make You Happy
I’m going to explain some of the things that you can start asking yourself, and things you can do to move forward when you feel like your spouse isn't making you happy.
How Having A Regular Date Night Can Transform Your Relationship
The challenge to pursue your spouse daily can be difficult at times, but if you remain grounded in a healthy foundation of communication and quality time, you will both be better for it!
How Social Media Is Affecting Your Relationship
Have you seen Social Media affect your marriage? We definitely have. And while it isn’t going to be what “makes or breaks” a marriage, the habits we create with social media can lead to problems. And in this article, we’ll discuss the top three ways that social media can affect your relationship.
How To Have A Healthy Fight With Your Spouse
It seems like the best marriages are the ones where they say, “We never fight.” Or, that they, “Always get along and always agree.” But we’re here to say that these experiences are not healthy (and, they’re not realistic). You need to have conflict with your spouse, but in a way that DOESN’T destroy your relationship.