When we reflect on our life, two things stand out as needing a reset: resentment and stress. Both of these undermine our relationship.
As we look forward to the new year, lots of us are making resolutions, setting goals, planning for the coming months. Most of our colleagues in the marriage education field are
Too many New Year resolutions falter because they fail to address what really needs changing: the internal disposition that compels us into unwanted habits. A few years ago, we got a
Why Marriages Fail: And How to Make Sure Yours Doesn’t Allan and Jen asked me to do some marriage preparation counseling with them. Both Catholics, and both from divorced homes, they
A new year is beginning… how about a making a resolution worth sticking to? Every New Year’s Eve it’s the same; we resolve to lose weight, get fit, cut back on
The most vital and satisfying marriages are intentional. This NYE, make a resolution for your marriage.
Saying sorry and asking for forgiveness are two very different factors in resolving arguments. Saying Sorry is Simple We were in the midst of yet another disagreement. We were both hurt, and