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Marriage Communication

Communication is the lifeblood of a good marriage. No relationship can survive without it.

Many couples think that arguing is the worst thing they can do, but that’s not true. Unhealthy arguments can lead to trouble, but arguing itself is not unhealthy. In fact it can be very productive way to work out our problems—as long as it’s done lovingly and constructively. Good communication is critical, and sometimes communication leads to debate. It’s a give and take way to work out problems.

The worst thing a couple can do is to remain silent in the midst of trouble. When two people bottle up their anger, or refuse to communicate, what they’re doing is choking the life out of their relationship.

Don’t let personal pride keep you from having a vibrant and fulfilling marriage. Talk to your spouse when something is bothering you. Learn to have a healthy argument, and then never let a problem go without talking it through.

Communication is the lifeblood of a good marriage. No relationship can survive without it.

When was the last time you gave your marriage a "tune up?"

You wouldn't let your car go years without checking under the hood, so why not give your marriage the same attention?

Juggling your time between career and family isn’t easy. But how you handle it is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make.

One of the greatest things you can do for your kids’ self-image is to give them meaningful touches throughout the day. This could be as simple as tousling your son’s hair, or wrestling with him in the living room.

Every marriage goes through times of trial and testing — and weathering those hard times can strengthen your relationship.

It’s hard to watch your kids go through tough times, but struggle is an important part of growing up.
 

The next time you feel like lecturing your teenager, why not stop and ask them a few questions instead? Their answers may surprise you. 
 

Are you an "Internet Junkie?" Here's a quick test to see if your on-line habit is turning into a full-fledged addiction. Be honest with your answers!

Do you find yourself losing track of time while surfing the Net?

These three words can make all the difference when you feel your emotions getting the best of you during a disagreement with your spouse. According to Mike Bechtle, “Disagreements start with a difference in perspective.

Before you say “I do,” make sure you “still will” twenty years from now!

Too many young couples jump into marriage without seriously assessing the relationship. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before going to the altar.