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Don't Change Your Mate

You can't change your spouse. The only person you can change is yourself. Here are some resources to help you cope when you believe that change is necessary.

What to do When Your Spouse Doesn't Want Change
What can you do when faced with a spouse who has a serious behavior that could potentially destroy your marriage and your spouse won't change, isn't willing to work on improving your marriage, or won't seek marriage counseling? Here's help on how you can deal with a difficult marriage when only one of you wants change.

Relocation Strategies
An issue that many marriages face is whether to stay or to move when a job opportunity is offered to one spouse.

Changing Your Own Bad Habits
Once you realize that you have habits that are legitmately annoying and irritating your spouse and hurting your marriage, the obligation to change is in your court. Here are some tips on breaking your own bad habits.

Season of Change
You've heard the concept that the only person that you can change is yourself. The Lenten season is a perfect time or kairos for making changes in who you are. Here is a Lenten Reflection for couples.

Being There for One Another When You've Lost So Much
There are lots of articles written about disaster preparedness, but what happens to a marriage relationship after the headlines? Here's how to be there for one another, how to cope with the devastation you see around you, dealing with the inevitable changes, and practical aspects of surviving a disaster.

What to do when your spouse doesn't want to change.

Do they change over time?

How to Live With an Imperfect Person Book Review
Can imperfect people live happily ever after? According to Dr. Janda, of course they can. This is because we all are imperfect in some way.

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