In a marriage, hiding the truth is never a good idea… and when it comes to money, technology is only making it more difficult to cover your tracks. The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on the perils of hiding financial information from your spouse, consulting with divorce lawyers, accountants, and forensic experts about

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Grace: “My husband is 43 and i am 45. We have 3 children ages 15, 11 and 7. For the last 15 years, my husband has worked away from home and then comes back the weekends. He is

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Joe: “How do I stop the divorce?” --> Learn more about our solution:  How To Get Your Partner Checked Back In Please comment below the video to ask your own questions or just to let us know what

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Christie: “My husband drinks and keeps promising to stop and he does but can not stay sober. He knows he does bad things but denies what was done. I love him to death. I need help.” Please comment below the video

Some of the most common complaints in marriage counseling sessions center around communication. Men and women alike take issue with the way their spouse communicates (or doesn't), citing many similar things like, "he never listens to me," "I don't understand why she gets so upset," or "he acts like he doesn't even want to talk

In a recent monthly call, Dr. Dana tackled the tough subject of getting over past hurt – putting those memories of painful incidents behind you and moving forward. Holding onto to painful grudges can lead to long-term trouble in a relationship. Even if the problem has been addressed, apologies made, many people have a hard

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Nate: “My wife gets angry and goes to her room and will not speak to me and says just leave me alone. The problem is she won't speak about the issue for several days. Those days are a

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” This week’s question is from Donna and she’s already heard from Dr. Dana how important quality time alone with your spouse is to a marriage but she’s not quite sure how to do that to really reconnect. She asks: “What are you supposed

Many couples in troubled marriages wait too long to get help. By the time both spouses agree to counseling, the relationship has often been strained to the breaking point. Simply speaking, many couples start too late and give up too soon. This doesn’t mean their issues are insurmountable, it just means that they have let the

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today's question comes from Catrina and is “My husband, every so often, yells and calls me hurtful names and is now doing it in front of our young children. He calls me this particular name because he knows it hurts. He has