Not every wedding needs a fancy church, a layered cake, and a princess gown. Whether you're looking for a more intimate occasion or just want to get married in a hurry, elopement may be a perfectly viable option. These three couples chose elopement over a more traditional wedding and wouldn't have it any other way.
The concept of soulmates has been around for more than 2,500 years. While the idea may be statistically unlikely, it's definitely appealing. Learn why 10 real women believe without a doubt that they've found their one and only.
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The same counselors who help the couples you read about in "Can This Marriage Be Saved?" are ready to answer your questions about making your relationship the best it can be. This month, our Contributing Editor, Sondra Forsyth, talks to husband-and-wife team Bonnie Gordon-Rabinowitz, LSCW, and Marc Rabinowitz, LSCW, about a reader's question.
Hurricane Katrina uprooted Bob and Sue's family, leaving them without their home, jobs, and many of their friends. Even long after the storm, the stress is taking a toll on their relationship. Can this marriage be saved?
Christopher loves being able to work from home and be involved with the family more, but Beth just feels like he's always in the way. Can this marriage be saved?
Meg and John fought about their finances constantly. John was always spending and Meg was always working to compensate. Can this marriage be saved?