Conflict is inevitable in marriage. It either brings us closer together or pulls us apart, depending upon what we do with it.
Life has many critical moments, and most of them affect us as individuals within the family setting. Marriages are strengthened or weakened depending upon how we deal with these moments.
I feel like my husband and I stumbled into a whole passel of problems we could have handled better if only we had a “heads up” that a disaster was coming. Here are 3 problems you may face that help.
When you don’t know which way to go in a situation, how do you deal with it? Do you flip a coin; play “eanie, meanie, minie, moe”? I have a few ways of making hard decisions that may help you.
Mrs. Doubtfire tackled one of the toughest issues of modern times - divorce. What does the movie and research teach us about divorce and the family?
Each day in our families, we exercise our faith. Each choice we make, each person we greet, each time we give of ourselves, we make a difference in the lives of those we love.
Being around someone who has frequent angry outbursts can be emotionally draining & very difficult to deal with. Here I will outline a few ways to cope when dealing with an angry person in your life.
Difficulties come to us from many different sources. Use this simple strategy to get your life back on track, no matter what you are dealing with.
Ways in which teachers can help their students cope when their parents are divorcing.
The transitions of life often bring with them emotional baggage that leaves us frustrated and overwhelmed. Using "The Countdown" technique, we make these events happen much more smoothly.