Recession Severs Heartstrings
- CAN THIS MARRIAGE BE saved? King, Rosie // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);10/21/2002, p100
Describes a problem experienced by a couple about money matters. Views of both sides; Advice given to the couple.
- ASK the GUY NEXT DOOR. Bean, Matt // Women's Health;Apr2012, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p24
The article presents answers to various questions including how can couples stop battling, if guys are still turned off by a woman who sleeps with them on the first date, and what can people do to slow down their partner who finishes too fast.
- What Couples Argue About Most. // Marriage Partnership;Spring2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p8
Presents a list of the most common problems that married couples argue about.
- Post-Party Fights. O'Connor, Gail // Redbook;Aug99, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p54
Presents information on why couples quarrel after a party. What men and women do; How to handle the situation.
- Money row ends in death. Prakash, G. // Malay Mail;6/6/2012, p5
The article reports that a quarrel over money between two Myanmar workers ended in one being hacked to death on May 5, 2012.
- Farewell, Mrs. Faverslot. Gray, Alfred // Saturday Evening Post;9/2/1944, Vol. 217 Issue 10, p30
Highlights the apology of a couple who were guests in a house owned by Mrs. Faverslot. Condition of the wife; Activities done by the husband during their stay at the house such as lawn mowing and plumbing; Dispute between the homeowner and the wife.
- LIPSHTICK. Giteck, Lenny // Advocate;5/26/83, Issue 368, p34
Presents an account of a quarrel between two gays Jeremy Weintraub and Todd Burnside during dinner time. Reason for their particularly sour mood; Argument that ensued between them over the meal; Ways in which they made up to each other after the fight was over.
- Vote on Government's PHI rebate policy. // Lamp;2009, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p10
The article invites readers to participate in an online poll to gauge support for the Australian government's Private Health Insurance Rebate Policy. It mentions the decision of the government to stop using taxpayer's money to subsidise private health insurance for couples earning over 240,000...
- Developing the Working Alliance in Marital Therapy; A Psychodynamic Perspective. Patalano, Frank // Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal;Dec97, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p497
A good working alliance in marital therapy is one in which the partners are actively collaborating with their therapist to work through conflicts. The therapist begins to develop the alliance by setting the frame of therapy and helping the couple understand the guidelines of treatment. The...