How to be Your Spouse’s #1 Cheerleader
Being your spouse’s cheerleader seemed second nature when you were dating, but what happens after marriage? Surprise yourself with 5 ways on how you can still find a cheerleader in both you and your spouse.
Nourishing Your Spouse
Love isn’t just a feeling; it is action and behaviour. It’s important that you regularly nourish your relationship with your loved one in ways that speak love to him/her.
Dreaming Together for the New Year
Starting a new year is always exciting. As a married couple, there are certain things you can do together to start the year right. Read more to find out what these things are.
It takes a village to sustain a marriage. It’s vital to regularly connect with like-minded couples that are committed to our relationship.
Are You at Risk for Grey Divorce?
Is hidden hurt or dissatisfaction festering in your marriage? Don’t let it lead to grey divorce! Here’s how to create healthy marriage relationship dynamics.
Do you give in to your child’s every wish? Do you feel like you are a “pushover parent?” Find out what turns parents into pushovers and how to avoid it from happening to you.
Trouble Focusing In School
Is your child having trouble focusing in school? Are you worried that your child may have ADHD? Find out more about this disorder and ways to help your child.
The weeks leading up to the start of school can be unnerving for both children and their parents. Discover 3 ways to confidently help your children make it through “new school year anxiety”.
Parenting During Coronavirus: Help Your Family Stick Together and Work Through Tough Emotions
Parenting during a global pandemic can be difficult. Learn ways to guide your children’s emotions and to stay connected with your spouse.
A Parents’ Guide to Screen Time during Coronavirus
Children are spending more time on their phones, tablets, and laptops. Learn how to limit their screen time with these tips.
Q&A: Supporting your husband to quit smoking
Question: My husband quit smoking a few years ago. I just found out that he’s smoking again and has been hiding it for over a
Q&A: Teaching toddler about touching private parts
Question: My toddler has been fondling his genitals a lot. I’ve caught him at it several times at home, and once it even happened in
Q&A: Building a lifelong marriage
Question: As newlyweds, what can my spouse and I do to ensure that our marriage will last a lifetime? Answer: To begin with, believe that
Q&A: Unwilling to discuss issues
Question: What do you do when your spouse is unwilling to compromise or discuss issues that you don’t agree on in your marriage? Answer: The
Q&A: “Letting it out” when I get frustrated
Question: I don’t get violent when I’m angry, but I’ve always had a tendency to just “let it out” when I get frustrated with my
Q&A: Dealing with grandparents who spoil your children
Question: Grandma and Grandpa are spoiling my children. They give them whatever they want, sometimes in complete disregard of my wishes. How do I address
Q&A: Resuming friendship after an emotional affair
Question: Should we terminate our friendship with another couple after the man and I became involved in an emotional affair? It’s over now, and our
Q&A: Expecting our first child
Question: My wife and I are expecting our first child. I’m anxious to be a dad and also intimidated. My father wasn’t a good role
Q&A: Initiating lovemaking with my spouse
Question: Is it appropriate for wives to initiate sex and to take the lead on occasion when it comes to lovemaking? My husband and I