Bon Jovi’s new single, “What Do You Got,” continues Rock and Roll’s tradition of preaching messages of love that began with the Beatles. The inspiring lyrics are encouraging fans to pursue practical skills to sustain shared hopes for love, marriage, and family.
A child’s success in school often hinges on the partnership parents form with teachers. Recent articles and a five-step communications tool, known as the Daily Temperature Reading, help parents and teachers work together and make the best use of Parent Teacher conferences.
On the Today Show, therapist Gail Saltz advises couples displaying typical signs of marital crisis to get divorced. Studies show that while traditional marriage therapy may not be the answer, brief educational programs built on emotional and social learning can prevent three out of four divorces.
In place of dirty looks, nasty names, and spiteful acts, newlyweds head for marriage class to learn to fight fair and discover they can work it out.
A study reveals shortcomings to some popular approaches to marriage education and insight into building blocks to help couples create marriages that thrive happily ever after.
As President Obama prepares to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas for a White House Peace Summit this week, lessons from the trenches of marriage education and reconciliation offer a foundation for success.
Although there are life coaches for every need, couples are increasingly recognizing the importance of the bonds they form with children and turning to marriage education to learn to be their own best coaches and counselors.