Marriage problems vary in complexity, and most problems won’t need the help of a professional counselor to solve. However some situations indicate you should consider guidance from an expert.
Establishing expectations and executing them with love can help you tame a young child’s negative behavior.
Independent thinking doesn’t automatically shut off after the wedding. So when your spouse doesn’t agree with your great idea, how should you negotiate a solution?
If your approach to conflict resolution is going nowhere, you may need a heart change. Resolving conflict positively isn’t as easy as simply deciding to speak gently and humbly. Try these five ideas.
Teach your children to consistently tell the truth.
I wanted to fix my stepson’s problems. But I had to accept that they weren’t my problems to fix. It took some time for me to realize this. Here are some truths I have learned about letting go.
Helping children develop healthy ways to think through and talk about their anger.
Create boundaries while still showing respect.
Easing your teen’s fears and frustrations as you transition to a new home
An ill child, a bankruptcy and a parent’s death put pressure on Erik and Kelley Shamblin’s marriage. An affair made things worse. With the help of intensive counseling, the couple is making it.