Your Positive Attitude is Key to a Good Marriage

Your Positive Attitude is Key to a Good Marriage

Things aren’t going so well in your marriage? Is it time for an attitude check? Your positive attitude is key to a good marriage. So are you complaining a lot? Do you feel you are frowning more than smiling? Even more so, do you think the worst, instead of the best about your spouse when […]

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Blame The Spouse!

Blame your spouse

The blame game! We know what it is and we know how to do it. There is no denying it. This little maneuver can be destructive at best and show stopping at worst. Why? Why do we blame our spouse? Well there are a couple of reasons. First, it is easier to see another’s faults […]

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How To Fix My Marriage

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The fact that you’re looking at this website probably means that you’re desperate for answers and help on how to fix your marriage. If you’re at that point, please do yourself a favor – click here now for the help you need to fix your marriage! 20 years ago I was in crisis – my wife of six months had been […]

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Don’t Mix Ice Cream With Spinach

Ice cream and spinach

In The Us Factor, Dr. Melnick talks about a sure way to cause your partner not to trust you. It’s called “The Yes…But”, and basically it goes like this: You start out saying something positive, then follow it up with something negative. Here are a couple of examples: “Honey, I really liked the way you […]

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Have You Typecast Your Spouse?

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One of the relationship habits that Dr. Joseph Melnick talks about The Us Factor is “characterizations”. Characterizing someone means “typecasting” them in a certain kind of role, and not allowing them to change. The example Dr. Melnick uses is how child actors are typecast as child actors, and it’s really hard for them to break […]

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