I’ve always said that a good marriage is boring to outsiders. The two people in it aren’t bored but it would never keep an audience. This is because they have learned to keep any drama to a minimum. The challenge is that this lack of drama is neither taught nor really supported. Let’s face it, drama sells—on television, on Instagram, on Twitter. However, drama is not good for family peace and harmony. Hal Runkel, marriage and family therapist and founder of Scream Free, explains how you can reduce the drama and increase the happiness in your marriage. Send your comments and suggestions to Lesli and share the show on Facebook and Twitter.