Relationships

Our heart is to help strengthen relationships and further develop an understanding of what a true relationship commitment means. By working together, you can have a great basis for a lifelong relationship – fulfilling even if at times challenging.

Relationships Toolbox - Easy to use resources to help your relationship THRIVE
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Help your teen move from receiving to giving — using these six simple strategies. We spent the afternoon cleaning and decluttering our elderly friend’s kitchen. My two teenage sons carried rubbish...
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The beginning of a new year can be a testy time for couples. She’s on a new diet; he’s polishing off leftover holiday cookies and eyeing the Valentine’s chocolates. She’s waiting for the New Year's...
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Bullying and cyberbullying may be prevented with intentional parenting. However if it does occur, there are some ways that parents can respond to help their kids cope. Preventing Bullying and...
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No one would enter a relationship with a problem person if they knew the true costs of playing the role of codependent. But sometimes we develop rose-colored glasses syndrome: We become enamoured...
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Codependency is likely to develop in any situation where someone can’t function on their own — where someone seems to need us, and we need to be needed. Series 1. Codependency: What is it? 2. The...
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Karen was raised in a dysfunctional home where family members did not discuss issues. But as painful as talking about her husband's use of pornography was, Karen simply could not ignore it. Karen...
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(For simplicity’s sake, we’ll identify the problem person described in this article as the husband. But wives are just as likely as husbands to be the primary force behind marital conflict.) Series 1...
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You and your spouse can stay together, even through a family crisis. Elisa Morgan and her husband Evan recount how they’ve kept their relationship strong through numerous trials, including the stress...
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Personal boundaries mark where we end and where someone else begins. They are limits we set and defend in life and relationships. Series 1. Codependency: What is it? 2. The Dance That Takes Two: How...
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Maybe you're thinking, How did I get here? Or maybe you deliberately sought comfort outside your marriage. Here are tips to help you pursue healing in your marriage after being unfaithful to your...
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The Clancy’s were living a life that was overflowing. So much so that they decided to share those blessings with others and have been travelling all over Australia and the world doing children’s...
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If you discovered, quite by chance, that your normally trustworthy teen had been telling bold-faced lies, would you be shocked? Then ready yourself for this: if you have an anxious or depressed...