12 Tips For Happy, Long-Lasting Relationships – Psychology Today
“Have you ever made silly mistakes that ruined great relationships? I can’t be the only one, can I? Well, since then, I’ve read a lot more about the science on how to have happy and long-lasting relationships, whether with romantic partners or family and friends. My wife and I have been together for 18 years, over half my life, and I have a wonderful circle of close friends. I want to share these science-based tips with you to help you avoid those silly mistakes and help your relationships flourish!”


The Art of Right Timing in Communication – Engaged Marriage
“You’re in penguin adorned pajamas headed to bed, then your partner starts to talk about their day.”


Staying Connected to your Spouse with Littles in the House – Fierce Marriage
“The vast majority of our posts are aimed at married folk in general. However, this specific post is for those of you who are in this same boat as us: you have young kiddos in the house, and by young I mean preschool and younger. I will say, I think the lessons God’s taught us in this season can apply to married folks no matter your current kid status is.” 


Talk About Relationships Outside Your Race With Like-Minded People. Gain a New Worldview  – The Good Men Projects
“The Good Men Project has, for years, looked at and written about the changing roles of men in the modern world—and how that change affects all of the major issues of our day. Over 2.5 million people visit the site each month for a variety of reasons—because they care about the issues of men and boys, because they care about eradicating racism, sexism and homophobia—or because the world is changing so fast that they want to find ways of keeping up. The Good Men Project is a Participatory Media Company—we not only provide content you can read and share but we offer a multitude of ways you can actually participate in the all-important conversation about the changing roles of men in the 21st century. Our SOCIAL INTEREST GROUPS are an innovative new format—-weekly calls and community, activist building with people who are passionate about similar interests..” 


Devotion: Listen, Laugh, Love – Fierce Marriage
“Remember that you began as friends. Your earliest moments as a couple likely included plenty of conversation, laughter, and fun. Your foundation of friendship will sustain you when feelings of romance come and go. Celebrate your history together! Laugh more, encourage constantly, listen intently, and share transparently.m big and put exciting ideas into action. Whether you’re a veteran girl boss or your business is brand new, these five steps will transform your financial well-being. (And you’ll have a little fun, too!)”