Month: April 2011
Lauren DelGandio came to a marriage education class in 2007 for skills to strengthen her marriage of 14 years. Four years later, she’s helped more than a 1,000 others discover greater love, happiness and pleasure in their closest relationships.
Rachel Rubel, a Licensed Clinical Psychiatric Social Worker in Highland Park, Florida, said using the Daily Temperature Reading regularly created the foundation for her happy marriage.
As Americans focus on filing their taxes on April 15th, a mother reflects on a family journey and a gift so much greater than a tax refund.
Elisha Cuthbert, Jack Bauer’s rebellious daughter from 24, is back on television. This time, she’s hoping instead of wondering if she’ll be killed by a scheming enemy, fans will stay tuned to discover how a group of friends find happy endings.
Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages, says a leather recliner is one of the gifts men most appreciate and that women could be just as happy with comfy pajamas.
Eddie Murphy was all smiles at Comedy Central’s First Annual Comedy Awards. Tina Fey said she was thrilled comedians realized they could give awards to each other.
Through the Fatherhood Program at the Shelby County Correction Center, Bree Kuykindall helps couples separated by incarceration discover that communication is key to healthy relationships and a building block to prevent recidivism.
Sidney Lumet, a celebrated filmmaker who guided many of the world’s most famous actors to roles that connected with the conscious of multiple generations, died Saturday in New York.
Military families are learning skills to strengthen family resilience before, during and after deployment. Marriage education and relationship skills exercises help children confide by teaching parents to be better listeners.
Positive, affirming interactions with toddlers and children in a natural “leveling position” promote safety, connection, and reinforce enduring messages that they are valued and loved.
The head of the National Park Service is scheduled to speak Saturday about public land stewardship in Merced, California as the National Park Service prepares for this month’s “Healthy Parks, Healthy People” week that begins April 16 at the nation’s 394 national parks.
A new study suggests young men are becoming more emotionally involved in their relationships.
Should you make-up or break-up? PAIRS CEO Seth Eisenberg shares some of the typical statements he hears from people on the brink of divorce along with answers from the trenches of marriage education.
Ashley Judd says, “We’re only as sick as our secrets” in a new memoir about the myths her mother created to build a legendary country music career as Ashley Judd experienced trauma, abandonment and shame.
Katie Couric quietly tells CBS News she’s said enough as she appears to be getting ready to leave the position long held by Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather to pursue a much more personal dream.
Like the characters in her new film, Water for Elephants, newlyweds Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth are busy creating their own destiny.
Chaplain Ed Waldrop is changing lives for military and veteran families through his service at the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center. He delivers retreats as part of the partnership that was recognized as “Best Practice in Marriage Enrichment” by the Veterans Administration.
With budgets tighter than ever, YMCA executives are betting happier employees who understand emotions in themselves and others will be more satisfied with their jobs and better able to exceed customer expectations.
Students are learning to hop, Skype, and jump in classrooms across the globe. “Skype in the Classroom” was rolled out this week to help teachers and students connect, support and inspire each other from distant locations.
On a quiet Sunday morning in South Carolina, the instant of a near fatal car crash offers powerful reminders about the fragility of life, kindness of strangers, and infinite value of a loving embrace.