Me, Myself, and a Side of Marriage

Me, Myself, and a Side of Marriage

It’s important to acknowledge that having differing needs in regard to “me time” and “we time” is absolutely normal. There are very few marriages where both people feel the same way about this topic....
The Gift in a Toxic Society

The Gift in a Toxic Society

The most meaningful gift of all doesn’t come from the mall or from the internet. It’s doesn’t require a hefty budget. It comes from your heart! “The Gift in a Toxic Society” is from my fr...
How are You “There” for Someone Else?

How are You “There” for Someone Else?

Everyone has heard “I will be there for you”. What does that really mean? Feelings get hurt and misunderstandings happen when this is not fully understood. Fortunately, these types of issues are work...
9 Steps to Heal a Hurt Relationship

9 Steps to Heal a Hurt Relationship

As a Luminary at Inspire Me Today, I am sometimes called upon to offer insight to others about particular challenges. The latest request was from Karin who wanted to know if her friendship could be r...
Dealing with Your Highly Sensitive Spouse

Dealing with Your Highly Sensitive Spouse

 20% of the population, that is one out of five men and women alike have a different type of neurology which causes them to be  much more sensitive to stimuli than what is otherwise thought to be “no...
Love is a Funny Thing

Love is a Funny Thing

Thank you, my Friend, for allowing me to post your thoughts about how love isn’t all about rainbows and lollipops. It pushes us to our knees, and to the limits of our own sanity. Yet, when we allow i...
What Movies Tell us About Relationships

What Movies Tell us About Relationships

Thank you Katie for this wonderful guest post! Studies across the world have proven that chick flicks and romantic comedies are the reason behind creation of unrealistic expectations in relationships...