- The Perfect Squelch. Bruner, K. H. // Saturday Evening Post;3/30/1957, Vol. 229 Issue 39, p59
Presents information on an argument between a married couple. Characteristics of the couple; Efforts of the husband to end the argument; Advice of the husband for his wife.
- THE ART OF NOT SPEAKING. Smith, H. Allen // Saturday Evening Post;Jan/Feb1981, Vol. 253 Issue 1, p54
Presents a humorous story about the married couple, Bob and Liz, who decided not to speak to each other. Cause of their fight; Way by which the two communicate with each other; Rules and techniques of not speaking.
- DESPERATE COUPLES. Rangachari, Kasturi // Woman's Era;Aug2012, p88
The article discusses the increasing number of married couples in India that file for divorce. It explains why successful career women particularly those who have earned high educational qualifications tend to experience marital problems which may result to separation. Various strategies being...
- How not to break up. Hilmantel, Robin // Self;Feb2013, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p89
The article focuses on the factors that often caused wives and husbands to separate. It provides several stories of couples who have decided to separate and mentions the advice of the divorce lawyers to prevent others from parting ways. It also advises couples to learn to compromise and make the...
- The $100 bet that stopped our bickering. Bacher, Renee // Redbook;Jul2000, Vol. 195 Issue 1, p80
Presents information on how husband and wife can avoid arguments.
- Couple minutes/ Give and Take? // Marriage Partnership;Spring2003, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p10
Presents one anonymous writer's ideas about give and take in relationship between husbands and wives.
- It's more than `just answering the phone'. Lucia // Business Journal (Central New York);09/03/99, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p34
Editorial. Focuses on the relationship between the author's mother and father who have decided to work together. Response of the author's mother to her husband's assertion that she only takes care of answering the office telephone.
- INTIMATE PARTNERS. Scarf, Maggie // Atlantic (02769077);Dec86, Vol. 258 Issue 6, p66
Part II. Describes a series of structured exercises that enable some couples to interrupt their repetitive power struggles and transform their partnerships. Talking and listening; Control and meta-control; Projective identification.
- You wanna go out with them? Millner, Denene // Parenting;Mar2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p56
The article provides an answer to a question on how a wife can agree to her husband's plans of seeing another couple whom she does not like.