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Marriage guidance, advice, and relationship tips from expert marriage therapist Azizeh Rezaiyan What does it mean to be a supportive spouse? Should you fake support no matter what, acting against your true feelings? What is considered support – is it words, actions, participation? Step 1: Look for Opportunities Take a deep breath – you can be more supportive in a marriage without compromising authenticity. Once you decide you want to be more supportive, look for
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Marriage guidance, advice, and relationship tips from expert marriage therapist Azizeh Rezaiyan Most of us never received any solid marriage guidance before tying the knot. Instead, we picked up what our parents modeled for us, the good and the bad. Our spouse may have had a completely different model! This can make for some tough and confusing going. The great news is we do know what types of behaviors and attitudes facilitate having a great
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    If you and your spouse currently have children, or are working toward having children, you are likely aware of the ways babies change the dynamic of your marriage—including the dynamic of your sex life. Sex is an important aspect of marriage, where couples come to know each other on a deeper level and can physically express their love for one another. In the early pre-children stages of marriage, sex can be new, exciting,
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If you feel like the “spark” that once lit your marriage has gone out over time, you are not alone. After the dating and courtship process ends, many couples find themselves in a relationship that feels completely different from their pre-marital life. The grand gestures stop, the newness wears off, and the realities and stresses of life begin to sink in. The reasons behind this behavior are varied and often individual, but examining the “why”
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  With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you have likely been thinking about how you plan to spend the weekend with your significant other. Although acknowledging the holiday is important, February 14th is not your only chance to mix things up or to show that you care. Truthfully, relationships need nurturing 365 days of the year—otherwise, you risk growing apart and hurting both you and your partner. While dating and in marriage, participants must choose
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