We have all seen the stats come across our timelines, cell phones and/or tv screens of depression, bullying, abuse and suicide. I can discuss and post many of those here but I would like to do something different instead. With today being World Mental Health Day, let’s ask someone how they are doing. I do…Read more »
Why are we so comfortable with fear?
Everyone knows the saying “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” Or “Lose lips sink ships.” Why is this not the same in marriages? Why are outsiders allowed to have an influence on what occurs in your home? First, let’s recognize who the “outsiders” are that I’m referring to. My definition of outsider: anyone who…Read more »
I have two questions: 1. What is your definition of foreplay, and 2. Do you like foreplay? Well, honestly, I haven’t met one person who doesn’t like foreplay😁. But first, let’s take a deep dive into what foreplay is, because to each person, the definition differs. According to Oxford dictionary, foreplay is “sexual activity that…Read more »
So we are at the end, and these last three tips. They really mesh together, and are probably the most forgotten in relationships. Checking In One thing we often forget to do in relationships is check in with our significant other. How often do you ask, “Are you happy,” “Are you satisfied” or “What could I…Read more »
One of the hardest things to understand as a newly married couple is how important it is to make decisions together. We often need those hard lessons to teach us this. Purchasing a car, plane ticket, or even a pair of shoes can have serious reparations on your relationships. When decisions aren’t made together, two…Read more »
At the beginning of next week, I’ll get back to regular content. But I wanted to take time to celebrate love and the things I’ve learned over the years. Be patient, I am halfway through. Tip #6 Your Spouse Should Be Your Best Friend. This is not rocket science, however, this is not something that…Read more »