This week I’ve rounded up several articles that I think are really insightful about a healthy marriage, relationships and the hard work of keeping a marriage healthy. I invite you to read these posts and the latest from our blog, listed at the end of this roundup.
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Glennon Doyle Melton from the Momastary blog is really spot on here. A Way to Have Conversations That Will Lead to Deeper Relationships.
“My husband [or wife] doesn’t understand me. We are so different. We don’t really have anything in common.” Does this sound like you?
Parenting with a broken heart. Life after infidelity. (There’s hope.)
The Huffington Post published an article from Lorraine Ladish of Viva Fifty, who found love later in life. I’m impressed with the amount of self-care and study that she took to get to that point.
This is one of the best commentaries I’ve read on the phrase, “marriage is hard work.”
I thought this was really insightful. I’ve said before that complaining (or nagging) is only the first step in voicing concern over an issue. Here’s a take on why complaining doesn’t get you what you want, and what will.
Is it possible to “dance” once again? We think so. Marriage, a Sacred Dance
Recent Posts from The Marriage Place
Do Ultimatums in Marriage Work?
How to tell your spouse you cheated. (In light of the Ashley Madison hack.)
Our counselor Dan Umphress writes an open letter to women about men that I thought was so spot on. I hope you’ll take a moment to read it.