1. The Best Rule of Thumb for Relationship Repair

    Have you ever been in a fight with your loved one and said things you didn’t mean? I know I have. It feels right to say how you feel in the moment, but feelings are fickle and can wear off quickly. After the dust settles and the damage is done, you end up realizing that many of what you felt was said in haste, and oh, how you wish you could take it all back. For those of us who can be hot-temper…Read More

  2. 5 Secrets to a Happy Marriage, Starting Now

    Marriage is a beautiful journey, yet sometimes has its setbacks. If you’re feeling like your marriage needs a serious reboot, check out these 5 secrets to getting your marriage back on track and thriving right away. 1. Be honest, even when it might be embarrassing to do so “If you have maxed out a credit card or two and find yourself hiding the bills each month, you can bet it’s going to com…Read More

  3. Is Venting about your Spouse Just Another Form of Bashing?

    I was working with a client recently who asked me what I thought about “spouse bashing” and the effects it had on relationships. I thought this was a great question, and as I pondered the notion of male/female “gripe sessions,” I began to wonder how helpful, or hurtful, they could be. On one hand, I support the need to vent and receive additional support, but on the other hand, I thought a…Read More

  4. Why the Selfie Should be Your Least Favorite Word in the Oxford Dictionary

    The Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year for 2013 is the “selfie.” A “selfie” is defined as a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam, and uploaded to a social media website. While the poses itself seem fairly harmless, albeit slightly annoying and unflattering, the premise behind the selfie puts our world at, yet again, another human dis…Read More