Jeremy Brown

Jeremy Brown is a writer and editor who has contributed to print and digital publications all over the world. He has written on a wide range of topics, from marriage and family to pop culture and entertainment. He is the author of two science fiction novels, "Ocean of Storms" and "Zero Limit", and his latest book, "WWE Championship: The Greatest Prize in Sports Entertainment", will be released this fall. He lives in New York with his wife and two sons. Check out his website at


How To Help Someone Who Always Plays The Victim

Step one? Listen and emphasize but don’t always agree.


How You Respond To “Bids For Connection” Can Make Or Break A Marriage

Turning towards, not away from them is crucial to a marriage.

Look Away

Why Your Phone Is Killing Your Relationship

Phubbing or snubbing your partner with your phone, will lead to relationship rot. Here's how to prevent it.


Overly Aggressive During Arguments? Here’s How To Recalibrate.

Remember: If you seek to always be the victor, it means someone has to be the victim.


How To Side-Step Co-Parenting Drama And Have a Happier Divorced Holiday

When you and your ex are splitting the duties during the holidays, things can get messy. Here are some tips to try and keep everything as merry as possible.


How To Be The Best Son-In-Law You Can Be

A little bit of effort goes a long way.


How To Handle Those Family Power Struggles This Holiday Season

In-laws that overstep. Relatives that give the kids whatever they want. Here’s how to approach such common issues while keeping your cool.


5 Tips For Becoming A More Flexible (And Much Happier) Parent

Staying rigid will keep you in one place for life. 


Micro-Cheating Sounds Innocent. And It Is. Until It Isn't.

Sometimes, it's the smallest things that make the biggest impact.

Split Decisions

“Divorce Month” Is Quickly Approaching. Here’s How To Protect Yourselves.

This is why divorce tends to peak during this period and what couples can learn from the trend.

Happy Now?

5 Habits Of Truly Happy Marriages, According To Positive Psychologists

It all comes down to recognizing and nurturing your strengths.

Confidence, Man

9 Common Phrases That Make You Sound Less Confident — And What to Say Instead

Want to be seen as more confident? Avoid using these phrases.

Serenity Now

What to Say When You’re Too Angry to Talk 

Even if you have no words, you still have to choose them wisely 


6 Big Signs You’re Too Antagonistic For Your Own Good

Antagonism serves a purpose. But too much of it can turn people away. Here's how to know if you're going too far, too often.


8 Things Happy Couples Do For One Another Without Being Asked

It's not the grand gestures but the little things that show your partner you care — and truly understand them.

Laying It On Thick

What to Say the Next Time Someone Tries to Guilt Trip You

Guilt is a powerful emotion and when someone uses it to manipulate your behavior, it's easy to feel stuck. Here's how to escape.


10 Things to Never, Ever Say to Someone Who’s Angry 

Unless you want to make matters worse, steer clear of these phrases.


The 5:1 Ratio Is The Magic Formula For A Happy Marriage

Keep the ratio in mind and good things will come your way.

Comms Check

8 Communication Exercises For Couples That Help Everyone Be Heard

Talking is easy. But communicating? That takes a little more effort. 


6 Ways To Respond When Someone Tries To Guilt Trip You

This is what to remember about guilt-trippers, and how to respond when they try to nag at your conscience.