Depression is tough on a relationship. A psychologist explains how to help a depressed spouse, signs of depression and how to strengthen your relationship.
Your spouse is your best friend and more — but should they be your only friend? There are good reasons to foster friendships outside marriage. These 5 tips will help you balance your buddies with wedded bliss.
Relationship troubles: Whether you’re having screaming matches or a cold war, you may be considering marriage counseling. Learn five signs that you may benefit from couples therapy and how to find the right counselor for you.
Studies show that being married can make you up to 27 percent more likely to survive cancer. Find out what’s behind that marriage benefit.
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Marriage can be good for your heart. Studies show that the risk of ever getting a heart attack is lower among married couples and that married couples do better when heart problems do occur. There are many reasons behind the statistics, but experts point to the fact that a loving spouse looks out for you, … Read More
A study shows married men are more likely to get regular medical checkups than single men.