The print media has been actively reporting on issues relevant for married and unmarried couples. Marriage in the media appears to be a topic that many outlets are interested in writing intelligently about.
We have compiled a recent group of articles from the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Psychology Today, the Chicago Tribune, and other sources, that contain valuable information about couples and marriages.
These articles address alternatives to divorce, creative ways of being married, and how to deal with infidelity, among other ideas relevant for all relationships.
Some of the articles are specifically geared toward unmarried couples.
Relationship distress is a public health issue. When relationship fail, every aspect of life can be affected.
We believe that when two people are motivated and interested, they can learn to improve their relationships. This can be achieved in various ways.
Reading good articles can give you some ideas that you have not thought about before.
So, sit back, relax, and take some time to learn something new about what the media is saying about marriage.
By the way, in my efforts to bring value to your life, I've developed a series of lessons that could have a major impact on effectively improving your relationship.
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