Marriage Investors offers a wide range of resources including speakers, library resources, counseling resources and more.
Successful intimate partner relationships require nurturing and attention. There are no quick fixes or fast track methods to long-term relationship satisfaction and happiness. Most strategies for enhancing your relationship require repetition and practice over time.
If your church, school or community group is looking for a speaker on topics related to marriage and healthy relationships, please visit Partnership for a Healthier Johnson County's Speaker's Bureau.
A variety of books, DVDs and CDs on marriage, relationships, romance and parenting donated by Marriage Investors are available at the Edinburgh Wright-Hageman Library and the Johnson County Public Library system. Your local library may also have other books in their general circulation on topics to help improve your relationship.
Counseling resources are available for premarital preparation, marriage counseling, marriage re-building and parenting issues.
Youth Connections is a leader in advocating for youth and their families in Johnson and Morgan counties. We will provide dynamic programs and services that promote family support and positive youth development. The agency achieves its goals through a highly knowledgeable and talented staff, a visionary board and vital community collaborations, and helps families meet the emotional, physical and psychological needs of their children.
Relationship Fact Sheets
The following fact sheets address six areas of couple relationship challenges. The information in the fact sheets is based on research by prominent marriage and couple researchers such as John Gottman, Sue Johnson, and Howard Markman.
Purdue Extension has compiled a list of Websites To Help Me Manage My Money.
When it comes to life and marriage, love may make the world go round, but it’s money that makes the down payment on a house. How compatible are you and your spouse when it comes to money?
Couple Conflict Consultant
The Couple Conflict Consultant at is a free internet program that helps couples build skills in conflict resolution. Couples assess 14 important areas of conflict using instruments that have been tested and validated in research studies with thousands of participants. Couples receive personalized feedback, set individual goals, and have access to an extensive resource bank of information and advice. The program teaches couples about their underlying concerns, emotions, communication styles, and thinking patterns. Funded by a grant from Baylor University, the program is offered free of charge as part of a research study conducted by Dr. Kevin Sanford.
We offer links to other web sites that can help you.