Tag: marriage counseling

Pointing the Fingers Elsewhere

As I begin to really uncover the “why” and “how of my old patterns and habits, I thought I’d go back to a few weeks ago and finish reflecting on characteristics that I think make […]

A Rebirth in a New Year

As I mentioned earlier this week, I attended my friend’s baptismal ceremony and was truly touched by what she said. I decided to share Mary’s testimony, with her approval, to demonstrate the power of letting […]

Getting My New Groove On

Grace, thank you for my New Year’s Theme, which is Psalm 98:1 “Sing a new song unto the Lord.” I am definitely seeking to find a new song because I have definitely worn out the […]

A Key or a Sword?

Communication, verbal and nonverbal, is so critical in marriage and relationships. I always thought that Adam and I had great communication even when we participated in therapy. But somewhere along the way, we actually stopped […]