The things we often want to do least, are usually the very things we must do to create new experiences in our lives. How many times don’t we end up looking for yet another way to get to a result we want, while already knowing what needs to be done? Another book. Another course. Another

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There are many paths to a healthy relationship with no single couple being the same, yet all displaying unique differences from couples struggling unhappily. For all healthy relationships tend to exhibit great communication skills, despite communicating differently. Couples in healthy relationships also for the most part look like they’re truly enjoying life and each other.

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It is simpler to plan a wedding than to find the right person to marry. It is far easier to get married than to stay married unless you chose the right person. Focusing on the right thing and putting all your energy into it from the start, can make all the difference over time. Conversely,

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The famous and uber-successful comedian and actor Kevin Hart once said that life has a game-like quality. And as you become better at playing this game by either paying attention to the world more, being a better version of yourself today than yesterday or refusing to accept that you cannot do or pursue something that’s

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There is a major difference between preaching and practising. Advising is not the same as action. It has become overly easy to preach and advise, often with very little cost or consequence to the one doing the talking. But doing the talking is not the same as doing the very things highlighted by the talking.

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It is interesting and ironic that the more our spouses give us less of what we desire, the less we start doing things that will give us more of what we want. We essentially become our own worst enemy in marriage. We reciprocate less desirable actions with more disagreeable responses, only to create a perpetuating

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Good communication is always seen and taught as foundational to any happy love relationship, and for good reason. As spouses, without the ability to communicate well with each other, we open ourselves up to a lot of potential misunderstandings, confusion, uncertainty, frustration, and unmet needs. In the long run, all those accumulate and compound into

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Social media is flooded with eduinfluencers or coaches giving relationship advice that often sounds quite neat and tidy… maybe because they often lack time spent in the arena. Relationships are not neat and tidy. They are messy at times and seriously frustrating when you least expect it. Throw kids into the mix and you end

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Small things matter in a big way. Nowhere is this idea more true than in a love relationship with another human being. In a love relationship, small things are usually big things and big things tend to have a smaller value. Always speaking respectfully to your spouse or treating them with kindness and affection are

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Acknowledging the fact that your spouse has specific needs does not disclaim yours nor deny you. Appreciating that your spouse’s needs might be slightly unique from yours, sometimes undeniably true, does not mean you do not value nor have similar needs. Just because your husband desires your respect more than your affection does not imply

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It’s a crazy idea, I know, but the best way to avoid divorce is by creating a happy and healthy marriage. Becoming an unhappy and unhealthy couple is not a one-time event. We don’t wake up one day after an argument and find our marriage in shambles. We do however wake up one day after

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Knowing if you have found the perfect person to spend the rest of your life with can be challenging. While love is a priority, you should consider several other factors that build blocks of a good marriage. In this post, family psychologist and guest author, Cari Carter, shares a checklist of 10 important qualities your

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In this post, guest author Marcus Neo discusses how to rekindle the flame in a relationship that has become stale and feels dry. He specifically looks at three interesting ideas that give a different perspective on the whole issue, namely having a higher calling, leadership, and the sin of predictability. Intro While most men think

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