What could it mean to sacrifice love for Lent? PAIRS CEO Seth Eisenberg considers what it might mean for couples, marriages and families made up of people who by our very nature are lifelong “works in progress” if modern love was built on a foundation of commitment rather than commitment depending on feelings of love.
Can married at first sight lead to lasting love and happiness? I’ve seen that it can, although there’s much more to it than what our eyes and heart experience.
It wasn’t always easy winning my fights with Joan Rivers.
The most important thing you can do for your relationships is looking for what’s right in the people closest to you and developing the habit of generously, sincerely, and specifically appreciating them. Here are 300 inspiring examples to help you get started.
The most important thing you can do for relationships isn’t difficult and is possible for anyone, says an industry leader in marriage and relationship education. Get inspired with 300 examples of loving, affirming words to strengthen the relationships you want to last.
For older couples especially, fear of ‘rocking the boat’ can get in the way of learning skills to bring more love and pleasure to their marriages. North Carolina marriage pros Gary and Deanie Hurst help couples overcome those fears and have fun creating happier, stronger marriages.
The person who will save your marriage is closer than you may have realized. The most significant study ever conducted on marriage and relationship education, at an estimated cost of $100 million, reveals who can save our marriages and who can’t.
Social media has enabled PAIRS Foundation to advance their mission to help create a safer, saner, more loving world in ways the longtime industry leader in marriage and relationship education couldn’t have imagined 30 years ago.
If the Miami Heat’s performance was the success measure, more couples would be happily married.
A global survey found striking similarities in what causes relationship and marriage problems.
America’s marriage problem isn’t race, income, academics, faith, or sexual orientation. It’s incompetence.
Can three simple intersecting circles help a couple head off relationship power struggles, conflict, and build a better marriage?
After 15 years, Amy and Craig both want a better marriage. PAIRS Foundation’s Talking Tips App helped them get past Craig’s procrastination and unkept promises.
Money won’t buy you love, according to a recent survey. Giving a massage and weekends away topped the list of how couples increase their Love Bank balances. Going to the game together and expensive gifts were at the bottom.
Two hundred examples of what real couples appreciate about each other and their relationships along with tips for times when you can’t find anything right to say.
Guided by an innovative personal growth App, a journey into the self found Charlie Sheen making trouble and an opportunity for Viola and others to come to the rescue.
An online exercise helped Ellen to tell her husband what she was missing in their marriage by answering five questions. Opening the lines of communication made a difference.
Married for five years, my wife and I have a good relationship. Yet, an online relationship skills App taught us how we can improve and build an even better marriage.
“I am me,” is a powerful, timeless declaration of self-esteem written by Virginia Satir more than 30 years ago.
Websites offering evidence-based marriage and relationship skills exercises are helping couples worldwide discover that beating holiday stress can be just a click away.