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Tuesday | 28 May | 2019 Cheap or free: Date nights need not break the bank

By Marli Naidoo One of the excuses that have been worked to death, is that there simply isn’t money for a night out (without the kids, mind you) with your loved one. You will have to quickly change your mind about these excuses when you realise that all you need  … Read more

Tuesday | 30 April | 2019 Fight fair with your loved ones

By Wilma Bedford Identify exactly what you are angry about and decide why you are angry; in this way you can choose how you are going to express your anger. Was property physically damaged, was your integrity doubted, were you offended, were rules broken that you jointly agreed upon, was  … Read more

Monday | 29 April | 2019 Do you feel lonely in your relationship?

By Wilma Bedford Loneliness does not only hit singles; a person can also experience loneliness within a relationship or marriage. Where it occurs within a relationship, it can be dangerous should the source of the loneliness not be addressed timeously. The feeling of loneliness occurs when one or both parties  … Read more

Tuesday | 09 April | 2019 Everyday communication with your partner

By Wilma Bedford A great deal of importance is attached to communication techniques to keep a relationship healthy and the focus is usually on conflict handling or on damage control. And after the big talk was had, how can communication on an everyday level strengthen the building blocks of a  … Read more

Monday | 08 April | 2019 Borrow a few ideas at work to ensure success at home

By Anja van den Berg When you’re a parent with a full-time job, much of the work of home is compressed into a few hours a day – and you need to move mountains in a very short period of time. Unfortunately, it’s not an easy task. It takes planning  … Read more

Wednesday | 13 February | 2019 Conflict can be good for your marriage

By Essie Bester All of us were created as unique individuals with our own personalities. This means that each of us is going to look at the world differently and that we are going to behave differently. Conflict is therefore unavoidable, especially where two people are sharing a house, a  … Read more

Tuesday | 11 December | 2018 Technology and infidelity

By Nico Strydom The digital era has not only made it easier for people to cheat on their partners, but has also resulted in some people in relationships now being more suspicious of their partners and also being able to catch them red-handed. The progress in technology means every move  … Read more

Monday | 03 December | 2018 Save your marriage by mastering money management skills

Anja van den Berg For richer or for poorer.  This is what most of us promise our spouse when we pledge ourselves in marriage. Unfortunately, many couples today can’t seem to survive either richer or poorer due to poor money management skills. It’s no secret that fighting about money puts  … Read more

Wednesday | 24 October | 2018 His Kids, Her Kids. How To Make A Blended Family And Second Marriage Work

By Anja van den Berg You and your partner have decided to make a life together and form a new, blended family that includes children from one or both of your previous relationships.  Congratulations! What lies ahead can be a rewarding as well as a challenging experience. It can take  … Read more

Monday | 06 August | 2018 Working Parents, Here’s How To Set Your Relationship Up For Success

By Anja van den Berg The demands of both work and parenting are rising. According to the World Bank, women now constitute 40% to 50% of the workforce in many countries around the world, meaning work outside the home is impacting men and women more equally. The Pew Research Centre  … Read more

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