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Debi Green is trying to book a vacation, but she's having a hard time getting the words out. Even though it's been nearly nine years since she suffered a stroke, language sometimes fails her.Full story

Want your mate in the mood? Do the chores

  Steve Ward, CEO of Master Matchmakers” and Tiffanie Henry, a certified sex therapist, explain how getting the household chores done can help get your wife in the mood and discuss when couples in a dating relationship should have sex.

Love advice: How to stop having the same spat

  A panel consisting of Lori Zaslow, co-founder of Project Soulmate; Hal Runkel of The ScreamFree Institute, and relationship therapist Argie Allen tackle viewers’ relationship issues, including how to avoid arguing about the same thing over and over again.

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  How to stop fighting with your spouse

Couples can argue about the same little things a hundred different ways for years. So how do you break out of the cycle, or at least tone down the fighting? Marriage therapist Hal Runkel, author of “Screamfree Marriage,” and Vicki Glembocki of Ladies Home Journal offer tips.

  How to reward your kids for good behavior

Stacy Kaiser, host of true-crime series “Fatal Vows,” and family therapist Argie Allen discuss when it’s appropriate to use a reward system for your kids, and explain why giving them tangible rewards isn’t always best.

  Director Danny Boyle on new film ‘Trance’

Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle joins the TODAY anchors to talk about his new psychological thriller, “Trance.” Starring James McAvoy and Rosario Dawson, the film is about a criminal gang out to steal a Goya painting.

  How to balance being both parent and spouse

Hal Runkel, a marriage and family therapist, and relationship therapist Argie Allen say that making your marriage work comes from picking the battles you want to fight, keeping intimacy alive, and finding the balance between being a parent and spouse at the same time.

  How to keep love life alive during stressful times

Psychiatrist Dr. Janet Taylor and therapist Hal Runkel discuss how stress often makes its way into your love and sex relationship with your partner. They also offer strategies for dealing with it: exercising together, sharing household tasks, and  making your relationship a priority.

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