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Crisis Intimacy
Crisis Intimacy

A prevailing myth in our society says that during times of extreme crisis, many (if not most) marriages falter and fail. Certainly it was something we were told time and time again when we faced our own tragedies. Grief counsellors and social workers cautioned us about this danger after the stillbirths of both our sons […]

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How Can I Have Faith After Losing My Son?
How Can I Have Faith After Losing My Son?

I have never been a big fan of the “paste a smile on and pretend it’s okay” club. In my case it was months after my son, Noah’s, death that I began to feel angry. I had to return to work and the crushing unfairness of it all began to sink in. I used to […]

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Unthinkable Loss: Miscarriage and Stillbirth
Unthinkable Loss: Miscarriage and Stillbirth

“We can’t find a heartbeat. I’m sorry, your baby is gone.” I couldn’t believe what I was hearing – there obviously had been some crazy mistake. At first I thought they must be in the wrong room. I felt sorry for that poor woman next door – I wouldn’t want to be in her shoes […]

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In the Midst of the Storm: Facing Family Crisis
In the Midst of the Storm: Facing Family Crisis

It was our yearly tradition of spending the Fourth of July celebrating and barbecuing with my side of the family in California. In fact, I was lounging in the pool while the kids were swimming and Mark was on a motorcycle ride with the guys. Our cousin wanted the guys to do something special, so […]

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December Tears
December Tears

Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! Bah Humbug. For many people, Christmas is the saddest time of year. In a culture that is obsessed with all things Christmas, it is easy to feel like an alien when our thoughts and feelings are anything but merry. Whether your pain stems from lost loved ones, unfulfilled hopes, shattered […]

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December Tears
December Tears

Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! Bah Humbug. For many people, Christmas is the saddest time of year. In a culture that is obsessed with all things Christmas, it is easy to feel like an alien when our thoughts and feelings are anything but merry. Whether your pain stems from lost loved ones, unfulfilled hopes, shattered […]

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Romance: Surviving the Diaper Phase
Romance: Surviving the Diaper Phase

You swear it will never happen: you will not become one of those couples who lets the fires of romance burn out as soon as children come on the scene. You know the ones – with puke stains on their T-shirts and bags under their eyes, they seem to have little in common other than […]

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Stopping the Cycle of Divorce
Stopping the Cycle of Divorce

So you’re getting married! Congratulations! According to the latest research, if you are under the age of 30, there is a 58% chance that you are entering your marriage as a child of divorce. Do you fall into this category? If you’re wondering what on earth that has to do with the fact that you […]

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Rekindle the Romance
Rekindle the Romance

In this episode of Marriage Uncensored, Dr. Dave Currie and guests discuss what's involved in keeping the romance alive in a marriage.

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Tips for a Healthy Marriage
Tips for a Healthy Marriage

Some may think that marriage education is only for the uninitiated, young, about to be married couples. But whether you are newlyweds, remarried, or celebrating your 25th wedding anniversary, there is always something that can be done to better your marriage. Hosts of the television show Marriage Uncensored Dr. Dave Currie and Christie Rayburn share […]

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