The 36 Questions That Lead to Love

The 36 Questions That Lead to Love By Daniel Jones Jan. 9, 2015 Published in…


Fair Fighting Makes Togetherness Safe

  If it weren’t for marriage men and women would fight with total…


The Blind Spot

As the evening had been growing long, the gathering was winding down.  Some…


The Quiet Man Who Shares Little

Who is that quiet mystery man?  He barely says a word.  His icy silence offers…


Emotional Safety

Marriage is a wonderful institution.  But who would want to live in an…


Did You Mean Intimacy or Sex?

It is held as a good value.  When it is missing, romantic partners complain of…


Questions Couples Should Ask (Or Wish They Had) Before Marrying

Published: New York Times December 17, 2006 (Added to by Andrew Aaron, LICSW)…


Openness to Influence

Imagine if you need changes from your spouse or partner, such as spending more…


No Time Like the Present

The past is riddled with hurtful events.  The pain from any event is only fully…


Love is Perfect

Love is perfect and we are not.  Our humaneness is at the center of our…


Here Comes the Judge

Keeping a romantic bond close and positive is hard. With the rigors of daily…


Conflict Need Not Damage Love

     The wife's face twisted in pain.  Not knowing the situation, one would…


Honesty Between Us

"Honesty is the best policy" is a phrase repeated for generations. Yet in our…


Relationship Turn Signals

The way many people drive suggests that the use of turn signals is optional.…


Communication: More Than Just Talk

     Time and again couples enter relationship therapy (marriage counseling to…


Offer Understanding Not Advice

There are many different ways to love.  While all of them have value, each has…