“What if I marry the wrong person?”
What advice would you give to someone with that question?Read More
Eugene O’Kelly was the CEO of KPMG, one of the biggest accounting firms in the United States in the mid 2000’s. One day he got the news, “You have 3 golf-ball-sized tumors in your brain and you have 90 days to live.”
He spent the next 3 months of his life “unraveling” or wrapping up his most important relationships and giving them a sense of closure. He did this by creating “Perfect Moments.”Read More
“It’s not fair…”
I hear that phrase from married people a lot. Almost every single day.
I hear it from wives who want more help from their partner around the house, who feel betrayed by their husband’s hidden porn use, or who feel like they don’t have time to develop any hobbies or friendships outside of their family life...
I hear it from husbands who feel like a walking ATM, who get rejected for sex over and over again, who get criticized for playing video games or watching sports to unwind after a long day of work...
The list of reasons people see life as unfair goes on and on.Read More
Commitment is a big part of what I am and what I believe. How committed are you to winning? How committed are you to being a good friend? To being trustworthy? To being successful? How committed are you to being a good father, a good teammate, a good role model? There’s that moment every morning when you look in the mirror: Are you committed, or are you not?”Read More
"You have no right to complain about not getting what you never asked for." -Terry Real in The New Rules of MarriageRead More
Couples therapy is NOT a last resort for your marriage. It could be the very thing that keeps you from ever contemplating a “last resort” in the first place.Read More
There are two things you never want to skimp on when it comes to quality. Toilet paper, and a therapist. Choosing the wrong one will just leave you in a worse mess than when you started.Read More
“In relationships [with a low negativity threshold], couples allow each other to complain, and work together to constantly repair the tiny issues between them. In such a case, couples don't bottle up their feelings, and little things don't end up being blown completely out of proportion”. - Hannah FryRead More
The more you ensure that your own needs are being met, the more selfless and loving towards others you can be.Read More