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Relationships
04/19/2018
Three Things Everyone Needs and Why We Will Do Anything to Get Them So often we find ourselves trying to figure out why we react a certain way to situations, or better yet, why others react the way they do. At times, understanding our own actions is hard enough, let alone trying to understand the actions of others... More >>

Tags: Education, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships
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04/01/2018
How Taking More Perspective Can Help Your Relationship Grow ...Think for a moment about the last time you had a big argument with your spouse. What was your mindset? Were you right and your spouse was wrong? Was it that cut and dry? Let's explore perspective taking and how it can help your relationship flourish... More >>

Tags: Education, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Relatives, Values
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03/26/2018
What You Can Learn From Relationships: Three Key Things to Know There is much we can learn from relationships. All relationships are experiences, and these experiences are our teachers... More >>

Tags: Education, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Relatives, Values
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03/19/2018
In the Era of Caregiving: Relationship Reality Bites ...There are many lessons we can take from attempting to balance caregiving with relationships. As a dementia caregiving survivor, many of these lessons I learned the hard way... More >>

Tags: Health, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Relatives, Stress, Values
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03/12/2018
Why You Should Change Yourself Instead Of Your Spouse! Change is hard for a lot of people. When you look at your relationship, I am sure you can see a lot of things our spouse needs to change but what about you... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Choose Wisely-Treat Kindly, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Stress
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03/05/2018
E is for Effort, H is for Hope ...There is a theory called 'indirect effort'. It states that you get almost everything in your relationships with others more easily by approaching them indirectly rather than directly. Now what that meant to me is that online dating is not enough effort or action to have the results I want... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Dating, Internet-Media, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Stress
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02/26/2018
When Caregiving and Marriage Collide: Overcoming Loneliness in Crowded Spaces ...Much has been written about whether taking on a caregiving role strengthens or shatters the relationship you share with your significant other. I think the unfulfilling answer is, it depends... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Stress
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02/19/2018
How to Help Your Partner Find A Better Job There are few things more heartbreaking than someone hating their job. Work is where most people spend the majority of their waking hours. And if your partner is the breadwinners, they feel this responsibility - they have to work, they have to make money, or the whole system breaks... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Budget, Job, Marriage, Relationships
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02/11/2018
Receiving Love: Four Ways to Be in Receiving Mode ...This isn't a problem if being single is what you desire. But a large number of people really want someone to love and marry, someone who likes what they like, someone who is there to listen, someone to laugh, cry and grow old with... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Choose Wisely-Treat Kindly, Dating, Relationships
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02/05/2018
Venting to Others: Six Reasons This is the Kiss of Death for Your Relationship We've all been guilty of this from time to time: venting to others about what's not working in our relationship. We'll complain to our friends and family endlessly. We'll talk to our therapist for years, re-living the same troubles over and over and over again. If we want our relationships to weather whatever storm it has come upon, venting to others can bring a title wave of troubles... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Choose Wisely-Treat Kindly, Dating, Relationships, Stress
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