In this blog, I propose to you that hard work will help to make your love partnership vibrant and strong. But it takes a specific kind of work – work of the four winds – approaching from all four directions: North, South, East, and West. Work and You Ask yourself, what is your concept of “work”? Do you […]
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A mutual gaze between you and your partner helps you learn to read and to know one another better, ultimately allowing you build a stronger relationship.
We all know that Independence Day on July 4th is a national holiday celebrating the fledgling American colonies’ declaration that they were no longer Britain’s satellite territory. The 13 colonies were “independent” and no longer connected to the mother ship, so to speak. Such clear boundaries can be made between national states (with or without […]
The month of June is famous as the wedding month. Folks get married in June because of good weather, and it is considered the beginning of vacation season. I’ll bet you 100 to one that maybe one out of 100 couples tying that knot in June has a prenup, and hardly any of those will even […]
Just like “April showers bring May flowers,” relationships also follow a natural progression. Is your marriage getting better every day, or are you heading for divorce?
Do your emotions feel overwhelming? Have you put reason aside? You’re likely experiencing an amygdala hijack. Find out what it means and how to control it.
One of the most famous sayings connected to the month of March is the psychic in Shakespeare’s play who warns Julius Caesar: “Beware the ides of March!” This psychic was telling Caesar that something terrible would happen to him no later than the date of March 15 – which is the “ides of March”. I […]
If you’re thinking of telling your partner you want to separate and end your marriage, follow these guidelines to make sure it’s easier on everyone.
Not sure if your marriage is working? Read these 3 questions to help make an informative decision before deciding to leave your marriage.
This is not a blog about how to manage – even enjoy! – the holidays as a divorced or newly separated person/family. Many of my colleagues do a great job offering useful tips. Instead, I thought I would write to you about an important concept: your ability to see diverse perspectives. As you may know, difficulty […]