Support Group Wisdom

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The Parents Anonymous Group was a wealth of information; I wonder how I could ever have managed without it and the members. Here are a few quick tips that I learned in group that helped me many times: Nothing lasts forever. Change is inevitable… except when you have a toddler that throws tantrums and every […]

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4 Pathways Through the Triad: Truth, Vulnerability and Courage

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The Greek word for truth is aletheia, which literally means to “un-hide” or “hiding nothing.” When was the last time you yourself were absolutely truthful in the presence of someone else? When was the last time you candidly chose to not hide something from within you? “Man is least himself when he talks in his […]

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Thoughts on Raising Gender-Able Children

Gender roles are often in the news but I wonder if we are talking about it enough with spouses and children. Back in May I discussed child discipline and child abuse with a fellow blogger in Scotland after my article Reporting My Husband to CPS Not Once— But Twice. He enjoyed the article so much […]

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Recreating Intimacy

My husband and I recently realized that we didn’t like each other as much as we wanted to. We were often arguing. He’d come into the room and I’d feel tension in my shoulders. The kids would fuss, he’d respond and I’d disagree. It got to the point where I wanted to walk out of […]

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Tips on Breaking the History of Your Romantic Tragedy

A string of relationships turned into mayhem can make any woman feel miserable. Sometimes, even the attractive, well-mannered, and smart women become entangled in a series of failed relationships. If your relationship history has been a continuous series of tragic romance, it does not necessarily mean that you have to blame everything on bad luck. […]

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Romantic Ideas for Valentine’s Day 2011

Many couples dread Valentine’s Day because they feel their romantic well is running dry. It can be a lot of pressure to have a day that is set up for people to be as romantic as possible. However, today is not the day to fear, the following are some romantic ideas for Valentine’s Day. Getaway- […]

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