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Relationship Compatibility Questionnaire
We all dream of finding and maintaining a satisfying and happy relationship. Succeeding at this goal is not luck; success comes from knowing how to recognize and say no to all the Mr. Wrongs and Ms. Wrongs so the right partner can enter your life and your heart. Once you find this person, you need to know how to live in gratitude and appreciation of one another. Use this questionnaire to do an in-depth analysis of your current relationship and make some serious choices. Is it time to tie the knot? Rekindle what was once a great relationship? Let go of someone you know in your heart is not quite the right fit?

Satisfying Sexuality
It's been over thirty-five years since the sexual revolution inspired tremendous new freedoms regarding sexuality. What have we learned from three decades of exploration ? What works, and what doesn't, in terms of creating and maintaining satisfying sexual relationships? An insightful discussion of a very fascinating topic!
*You must be 15 years of age to read this material
Conflict Resolution for Couples
Learn about the proper attitudes and techniques for resolving conflict in your marriage or relationship. A basic overview of communication skills, identifying problems, dealing with anger, etc.

Dealing with Diversity in Extended Family Relationships
These days the typical American family is diverse. Family members often have different religious and political values, resulting in different lifestyles. These differences can be a source of growth and learning, or they can be a source of conflict and estrangement. This article offers strategies for finding the deeper commonality within your family and ways of navigating through or around the differences.

Dealing with a Dysfunctional Extended Family
Sometimes problems within extended families go beyond typical diversity. If there are mental health issues present in your extended family, a special set of coping skills are needed. This article discusses coping mechanisms for dealing with a mild, moderate or severely dysfunctional extended family.

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