Conflict

Surviving the Collisions of Conflict

Unresolved conflicts in marriage are not like car crashes. Obviously, right? What I mean is that in a car crash

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How Our Perceptions Affect Conflict in Marriage

Nobel Peace Prize winner and Buddhist Monk, Thich Nhat Hanh, stated this during an interview with talk show host Oprah

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I’m Just “Helping”

God called Eve Adam’s “helpmate,” and as a helpmate myself, I take my job seriously. I help my husband drive

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What United Airlines Teaches Us About Marriage

I’ve gotten virtually no work done for the last two days. I’ve been riveted by the story of the Aviation

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Disagreement: It’s a Good Thing

Often when my husband, Jim, and I meet with couples for mentoring and they inform us that they never have

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To the Moon!

A friend recently sent me a clip from a show that ran from the 1950s through the 1970s called The

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Got Thorns in Your Marriage?

A husband once shared with a friend his secret to making his marriage last. “We go to a nice restaurant

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My Stepchild Hates Me!

During a recent life coaching session, a stepmom shared, “I’m at a loss over what to do with my eight-year-old

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Breaking Up with Our TV

My husband and I have struggled against the awkward presence of a third party in our marriage. It’s not the

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Got Grace?

After years of working with marriages, including my own, I’ve come to a conclusion: Marriages that struggle often lack one

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