Category: Marriage

Love is Patient: Seeking How to Love an Ex as a Co-Parent

I heard about a book called The Love Dare written by Stephen and Alex Kendrick with Lawrence Kimbrough. Featured in the movie, “Fireproof,” the book is a 40-day challenge for spouses to comprehend and put […]

Swirl, Sniff, and Sip Your Way to Setting Expectations

In marriage and relationships, in general, we have expectations of one another. We expect certain behaviors and actions of our husbands or partners and when they do not deliver, we become disappointed. Among co-workers, we […]

Unwelcomed Guests Creep Up on Holidays

I had mixed feelings on Mother’s Day. When I was married, I was fortunate to have a husband who “took care” of the boys while I spent a few hours pampering myself—of course, only after […]

Seeing with the Eyes of Your Heart and Soul

“Pray, Parlez and Play” resonated with me. I agree, Grace, that following your motto would definitely keep adults connected with God, our lovers and ourselves. Straying from God is something I know well, which I […]