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How to Respond to Loneliness in Marriage

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer In my last article, I touched upon loneliness in marriage. When I married my husband as a young person of 28, I never thought that I would experience feelings of loneliness. The truth is, that feeling of loneliness is one of the utmost challenging experiences that any […]

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How to Find Hope in the Challenge of Marriage

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I recently read an article in The New York Times by philosopher Alain de Botton that ignited my thoughts on marriage. Among many things, de Botton expresses in the article a belief that “Choosing whom to commit ourselves to is merely a case of identifying which particular variety of […]

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Marital Chat-iquette

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It started as a fun informal poll that my husband and I would ask our friends. Question: How much do you talk to your partner at social events? Who knew that our little question would become a bit of a party gag? Here’s […]

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How Partnering Deepens Your Love

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Do you ever feel lonely in your relationship? Do you crave a deepened connection with your partner? This is an important topic for all of us. In order to shed light on the subject, I’m going to share an intimate conversation that I had with my mentor, […]

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What Do We Mean by Honesty in a Relationship?

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer When it comes to romantic relationships, what is the most important thing you look for in a person? Although many will have a different answer, the one thing that tops the list for most people (or at least makes their top 3!) is honesty. I agree, honesty […]

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The Marriage Myth

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Would you hire an untrained plumber? An IT support person without any training? How about an untrained surgeon? (Yikes, that’s a scary thought!) It’s unlikely that you would hire someone who is unqualified his or her field. But how does this connect to marriage? Read on… Marriage […]

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Like Grandmother, Like Granddaughter?

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Newlyweds Brad and Angelina, George and Amal aside, I have some questions: What do we think about marriage? Has its day come and gone? Is society enhanced by a married populace, or is the institution largely irrelevant to our collective happiness? As usual, when I pose questions […]

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Act Like a Couple, Think Like a Person: 5 Fight-Less, Love-More Strategies to Superglue Your Relationship

by guest blogger Laurie Puhn, lawyer, couples mediator, and author Sometimes, the best advice given to people in a relationship is common sense, uncommonly used—as in, do unto your mate as you’d like done to you. As a lawyer, a couples mediator, and the author of the bestseller Fight Less, Love More: 5-Minute Conversations to […]

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