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Aleteia's collection of articles on family or kinship relations, friendship, marriage, relations with associates, work, clubs, neighborhoods, and places of worship, from a Catholic perspective.

What to do when your kids won’t stop arguing

Most siblings will fight sometimes, but here are some tips for when it gets too much.

How to keep friendships strong in isolation (and why you should!)

Now more than ever, we need to lean in to our social connections to stay mentally and emotionally healthy. But how do we do that in quarantine?

What do people look for in a person they date?

What are the biggest factors people take into consideration when looking for a potential mate?

Is conjugal friendship a sign that your love is fading?

What role does friendship play in the relationship of two spouses?

Dating in the time of coronavirus

It's not easy at the best of times, but here are some helpful tips!

7 Threats to friendship

Watch out for these little things that can get between you and a budding friendship.

Here’s how to put an end to arguments in your relationship

Just one small cutting remark can quickly lead to a fight, but there's a simple solution to help you control your emotions.

3 Keys to a good conversation

There's an art to talking with others and when we learn it, our relationships are richer.

Here’s a way to forgive others and let go of your pain

Having trouble forgiving someone who deeply hurt you? Here's something you can do to make the first step toward reconciliation.

How to love people who annoy you

Sometimes it's the little annoyances that are the hardest to deal with.

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