This is a good moment to consider marriage, don’t you think? I haven’t written much about relationships, but when I have the response has been immediate, passionate and, at times, heart-tugging. This is what I heard: We care about our relationships, but it can be so difficult to nurture a family and a marriage at the same time. Last summer, my […]
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Giving marriage advice is as risky as giving parenting advice. No two couples or families are the same, so generalities should be approached with caution and a grain of salt. But that didn’t stop me.
Michael’s opinion: “What separates Gottman from all the other parenting advice crap is research.”
My review of the book “Babyproofing Your Marriage: How to Laugh More, Argue Less, and Communicate Better as Your Family Grows.”
Christine and I share about what we’re listening to, watching, and reading.
Christine and I share 7 tips for getting past feeling guilty for taking time for yourself, plus improved communication with your partner.
Compromise in relationships can be hard — really hard — no matter what your communication style is. In this episode of the Edit Your Life podcast, Christine talks strategy with her husband, therapist Jonathan Baxter.
Christine and I share 9 strategies for prioritizing your relationship, including one that reboots connection in as few as seven seconds.
If Star Trek nostalgia is somewhere on your holiday gift list, now is the time to buy.
Part 1 of the series “Manage Your Money Just Enough”: When it comes to a simple filing system, having a system in place — any system — lets you handle paper and information as soon as it comes in.