Stronger at the Broken Places

How challenges can strengthen your relationship

Support and Feedback From Friends Isn’t Always Helpful

Everyone in Joan's life was telling her to get a divorce. Her husband Greg had been having a secret affair for months. His dishonesty was more painful to Joan than the affair itself. She doubted that she would ever be able to trust him again. "Get rid of him!" her sister pleaded. Read More

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Linda Bloom, L.C.S.W., and Charlie Bloom, M.S.W., are the authors of Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Truths from Real Couples About Lasting Love.


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