See Couples Exercises; try some intentional conversations.
See Marriage Enrichment Activities; Try a Virtual Marriage Enrichment Group session and find a link to replays of VMEGs on a variety of topics.
Better Marriages is a group of couples who believe in marriage, know that a good marriage takes work, and understand that communication is essential to an enriched marriage. Better Marriages is a non-profit organization and is not affiliated with any religious denomination.
Better Marriages sponsors activities for States and other geographic regions where Marriage Enrichment is the topic. Also, Better Marriages sponsors retreats so that a couple can learn new skills to enrich their marriage. And finally, Better Marriages has a number of small groups MEGs, which meet regularly to facilitate marital growth.
Although you do not have to belong to Better Marriages to attend the events, membership in the organization is encouraged.
Better Marriages Georgia is a regional affiliate of Better Marriages. The group sponsors activities including a weekend Getaway retreat annually, usually in February. Local Marriage Enrichment Groups are available.
The 5 Love Languages – by Gary Chapman
Learn to share your love in a way your lover can receive.
Provides instructor/facilitator training, tools, and materials to help individuals, couples, and groups. Perhaps best known as the originators and registered copyright holders of the Awareness Wheel® (or Information Wheel®), which is the foundation for effective talking and listening skills. In addition, we are noted for the frameworks of Styles of Communication®, the Listening Cycle®, and the collaborative process called Mapping an Issue. Couple Communication teaches how to put these frameworks to practical use.
Provides resources for couples, professionals and groups. Best known for inventories for pre-married and married couples to identify strengths and areas for growth.
Healthy Relationships – Bill Coffin
A scoop site that identifies resources for military families.
The Ridge Project
Ridge Project founders Ron and Catherine Tijerina lead a ministry that focuses on the challenges of the incarcerated and their families.
The Fighting Couple: Real Couple Real Travel
A Fun website. Learn from Mike and Luci how to fight fair? “We love to travel and yes…. we do fight. Fighting can be a good thing. If you fight fair. The act of fighting is simply two people, with two passionate points of view. What is wrong with that?”