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Online Tools that Can Help Strengthen your Marriage

In this digital age, the internet is a multifaceted tool that can be used in a variety of ways. From facilitating visitation between parents and children who live on opposite coasts, to helping co-parents work together better, online tools geared toward simplifying the divorce process and fostering better co-parenting relationship are incredibly useful. In addition to online tools geared toward divorce and post-divorce issues, there are also several online resources available to couples seeking to strengthen their marriage. Listed below are just a sampling of the online resources available to couples seeking to address common marital concerns such as adultery and parenting. Although seeking the advice of a family or couple’s therapist is always advisable in the event of marital strife, taking advantage of online resources such as the ones listed below may be a great first step to take on your way to a blissful marriage.

Affairs-Help – Designed to help couples address the painful experience of infidelity. –Online learning community for solving marriage problems, improving relationship skills, celebrating marriage, and achieving marital happiness. – Website geared toward couples and individuals seeking to save their marriage from an impending divorce.

The Marriage Conversation – A marriage podcast and resource published by Stephen W. Frueh M.Div; PhD, a coach and educator who has a passion for teaching people the fundamentals of effective relationships.

Marriage Builders – Provides couples ways to overcome marital conflicts and some of the quickest ways to restore love. – An online magazine devoted exclusively to fostering healthy marriage relationship, and solving common marital concerns.

While We Heal – This site is the home of Parents’ Commitments to their Children, a free, confidential, and engaging website for parents wishing to remember their children’s needs as they work through marital problems.



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