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Why do couples argue over nothing?

Arguing over “nothing” is a common relationship problem, but it could be down to unresolved issues. We explore why couples argue over nothing.
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Why do we always argue? How to avoid repetitive arguments in a relationship

Some couples find themselves trapped in a loop of repetitive arguments that never get resolved. We explore how you can stop such arguments in your relationship.
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How do I convince my partner to go to marriage counseling?

Relationships are never easy, but getting married is supposed to put an end to the tough times. It's not always that easy, though.
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Online couples counseling: the #1 help for arguing couples

Whether you're in a long-distance relationship, or you've just moved to another state, getting couple counseling online can help your marriage. Here's how it works!
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Introducing Andreas - An Interview With Remainly’s Founder

Discover more about Remainly’s founder and lead couples psychologist, Andreas Løes Narum! We talk about life and relationships in our interview!
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Therapy takes time

Taking your time in couples therapy is crucial when endeavouring to achieve lasting growth and positive change in your relationship. Here, we look at why.
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Lockdown relationship tips

Around the world, previously happy couples are splitting up and many are divorcing. The stress of the pandemic has been blamed by some, while others say it has highlighted old problems
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Lockdown struggles

How to spot bad habits in a relationship

Bad habits in a relationship should ring alarm bells and both you and your partner must be able to hear them.
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How can I get my partner to participate in couples therapy

Challenges arise in every relationship and overcoming them is made easier if you and your partner agree that couples therapy may be worth a try. Here’s how to approach the subject.
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What to do in the days after discovering an affair?

The initial few days after the discovery of an affair will be a painful and confusing time. Here, we guide you through what you can do during the immediate aftermath of finding out your partner has been unfaithful.
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