If your child is a teen, both of your children are teens, or your children will be teens in succession, you are entering the years that will cause the most strain on your marriage. If marriage problems arise, don’t blame your teen; the problem is most likely that you and your partner have different views about parenting your teen. Getting through these years will be easier and more effective if both parents agree on topics like goals and rules. Meet privately with your spouse to discuss these topics then hold regular family meetings with your teen to discuss rules and privileges, giving credit and praise where due and discussing things that could be better.

Read the full article here: Keeping Your Marriage Strong While Parenting a Teenager