Published Articles by Kim Giles
Repair your marriage: Part 1
This is the first in a five-part series on improving your marriage. In this article, Coach Kim helps you to see your marriage problems from a different perspective, and as always, this changes everything.
Repair your marriage: Part 2
Boundaries create healthy relationships
This week in LIFEadvice, Coach Kim talks about why good personal boundaries create healthy relationships.
This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim advises couples with blended families on the challenges they face and gives tips for making a step-family thrive.
Learning to talk about money in marriage
This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim has some unique advice for couples fighting about money. You must learn to recognize the fear that is driving these arguments, so you can find the right solution.
10 ways to reignite the spark
Kim Giles, Ksl.com Contributor | posted Feb 11th - 6:15am
Coach Kim gives some useful advice for making your marriage better than ever.
How to get your spouse to treat you better
Coach Kim offers two ways to change an overly critical spouse. Her advice may surprise you.
Improving relationships: The most important New Year's resolution.
Kim Giles, ksl.com Contributor | posted Dec 31st - 6:15am
This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim explains that changing the way you communicate is the most important thing you could do this year to improve your life. She gives useful suggestions for better conversations.
Fearless dating for single adults - READ THIS ONE IF SINGLE
This week on LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives some advice to newly single adults on breaking through their fears and getting out there. Dating doesn't have to be a scary endeavor; with the right mindset you can even enjoy it.
6 steps to building better relationships
Kim Giles, ksl.com Contributor | posted Jan 7th - 6:15am
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives tips for building healthy relationships. It must start with changing the way you see yourself, other people and the world.
Fighting with my spouse at Christmas
Kim Giles, ksl.com Contributor | posted Dec 19th - 8:33pm
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives some advice for healing a fight before Christmas. Forgiveness and love are the answer, but they can be hard to do when you're feeling mistreated. Coach Kim gives some suggestions for making forgiveness easier
Recession is rough on marriage
Interesting statistics are out on how the recession is affecting families. The economic downturn causes increases in domestic violence.
Inappropriate 'fighting' behavior in a relationship
Coach Kim gives advice on what is okay and what's not when fighting with your spouse.
Healing resentment in your marriage
Coach Kim gives a reader advice on forgiveness and making marriage decisions from a place of wisdom and love.
I don't get validation from my spouse
Coach Kim explains that your spouse is not responsible for your happiness and self esteem — you are. She gives tips for creating more happiness and self esteem on your own.
Dealing with a difficult ex-spouse
This article is about an emotionally abusive ex and how to protect yourself
Not enough intimacy in your marriage
This article gives reasons and solutions for improving your sex life.
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Stepfamilies: The odds are against us
About this ad. Stepfamilies: The odds are against us. By Kimberly Sayer-Giles
Can social media lead to infidelity?
A reader submitted a question about Internet infidelity, which is a growing problem in our society.
Stop the fighting in your family
Coach Kim gives advice to a mother on helping her grown children get along. If you have fighting
His retirement is her full-time job
Sep 20, 2011 ... Life Coach Kim Giles is here to help you with simple, principle-based solutions to the challenges you face.
There is a fine line between cuddling and holding someone down so they can't get away.
Dec 13, 2011 ... LIFEadvice: A fine line between cuddling and holding someone down so they can't get away.
How to be a better listener
Mar 16, 2012 ... Life Coach Kim Giles give some unique tips for using better listening to create better relationships.