Most marriages can be saved. Atlanta psychologist, Dr. Stan Hibbs, has observed that many couples want to improve their marriages; they just don’t know how. In his approach to marital counseling, he helps clients develop the attitudes and skills necessary for healing their relationship.
I’ve just finished reading, The Anger Habit by Carl Semmelroth, Ph.D. The author explodes a long-held myth about this troubling emotion. Many of us believe that we must “express” our anger or “let it out,” or else the anger will “build up” and we’ll “explode.” Almost everyone believes this myth, including most therapists. But it
Guys, have you noticed that the things of value need maintenance? Cars need oil and houses need fresh paint. Neglect basic maintenance and you’re looking for trouble. A little maintenance can also prevent problems in your marriage. Your wife already understands this. That’s why she gave you this article. You may not want to read
Is your family life as pleasant and fulfilling as it could be? If not, do not despair because there are things you can do to improve the quality of your family relationships. In his landmark book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families, Steven Covey introduces us to the concept of the “emotional bank account.”
With our younger son off to college, my wife and I have entered the phase called the “empty nest.” I don’t know who invented that phrase, but I don’t much care for it. “Empty” implies that “there’s no one there.” Actually, there are two healthy, happy, positive-thinking adults in the “nest” who are looking forward