Archive for January 2006

Dr. Chapman’s Marriage Experiment

Monday, January 23rd, 2006

When it comes to making a marriage work, we often make the assumption that it takes two.  Marriage counseling is usually most effective when both partners attend.  If one partner is resistant to change and believes that there’s nothing wrong with how things are, healing the marriage will be a greater challenge. That is why […]

Challenges Of Long Distance Love

Friday, January 20th, 2006

Contrary to the belief that after you have the ring on your finger, life as a married couple is not always "happily ever after". This is especially true when I read an article about couples that spend extended periods of time away from each other, often separated by more than just a few miles. What I’m […]

What Is It About Apathy?

Friday, January 13th, 2006

I’m continually astounded at the lengths couples go to in their quest to hurt each other. Most of the people who are looking through this blog are thankfully committed on some level to changing their patterns of behavior, but in thinking about the number of people who contact me in times of crisis, it leads me […]