Welcome to Your Relationship! You're probably here because, well, you're trying to figure out life together. We get it. We're with you. And we're here to offer you ideas and tools to help you have a flourishing relationship.
The feeling of connection is probably the number one sought after feeling in a romantic relationship. Disconnection, on the other hand, appears to be just the opposite. So, how do we create more connection and less disconnection? I've got four helpful tips for you below! Check them out!READ More
Every relationships has habits—second nature ways of living and doing things together. But not all of these habits are good ones. Some, unfortunately, can be quite dangerous. Here are three dangerous habits to look out for in your relationship and some tips for dealing with them.READ More
Going on dates with your significant other is just as important when you're married as it is when you're not. But it can be expensive and difficult to do during a pandemic! Here are seven, COVID-19-proof fun and inexpensive date ideas!READ More
If you thought buying a mattress was difficult, trying buying a mattress online. The mattress world is huge. Here are some tips for how to navigate it and a little bit about the mattress my wife and I bought online. We absolutely love it.READ More
Communicating well in a relationship can be hard work! And there are certainly some words and phrases we'd be better off without. In this post, I pick out three phrases we can benefit from ditching in our relationships.READ More
Being bored in your marriage or relationship is something almost everybody will experience at one point or another. But I don't think we need to tolerate it. Instead, I think there are some simple practical steps we can take to defeat boredom in our relationships. Here are 10 of those practical steps!READ More
We've all been in arguments with our spouse or significant other before. It's just what happens when humans enter relationship with one another. Wouldn't it be nice, though, if we could reduce the amount of arguments we have with our significant other? I think we can. Here are five questions to help you do so.READ More