Introducing a baby into the family can be overwhelming and put unexpected stress on the relationship with your partner. The effects of sleep deprivation, combined with a sudden deficit in time and shift of priorities, often blindside new parents. If seemingly benign chores like changing diapers have put your marriage on the outs, try these tips to reconnect.Read Full Story
It would be nice to think we could get through life and relationships without conflict, but that's not reality. Disagreements -- fights even -- happen. Whether with someone we love dearly or a stranger, learning to handle disagreements responsibly, respectfully and effectively is an art, and almost a lost one at that. Isn't it time you learned to fight fair?Read Full Story
When kids witness their parents butting heads or engaging in a yelling match, they may be confused, scared or even worried that the family is headed for divorce. From explaining the difference between having a disagreement and an argument, to letting them know that it doesn't mean you don't love each other, here's how to explain to your kids why parents fight.Read Full Story
One of the best ways to keep your relationship on track and out of trouble is to compromise. If you’re willing to cooperate and work toward turning potential hazards into harmony, you’ll go a long way in making your love last. Here are a few simple ways to introduce compromise into your relationship.Read Full Story
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