31 Days to a Better Marriage

As you all know by know, I love blogging.  And reading blogs.  And blogging some more.  And reading more blogs.   And when we have a quiet moment at work, I actually look for more blogs to read.  In fact, I remember years ago reading about an author who considered herself a “forager of information“.… Continue reading 31 Days to a Better Marriage

Why I love blogging…

I don’t have the opportunity, the time, nor the inclination (to be honest) to attend these women’s groups to tell you how to be married and what you should do.  The reason why I don’t have the inclination is because I am really shy, and don’t mix well with a social group of that nature.… Continue reading Why I love blogging…

A New Earth!

The other day, I came across a blog post that could’ve been written by me. Dealing With Anxiety: When Your Husband Can’t Relate Heart pounding, hands shaking, I laid in bed the other night–unable to sleep.  I had read an article that freaked me out. Medical-related, as usual. I deal with severe panic attacks, and… Continue reading A New Earth!

The Seasons of Marriage

I am so excited, I have just seen the most amazing post on the different seasons that marriages go through and it is so what I’ve tried to tell everyone all along (it’s so exciting when famous bloggers and authors totally agree with what you’ve said – kidding) – I read it at Unveiled Wife,… Continue reading The Seasons of Marriage

Motivation. So what are you in it for?

Relationships: So what are you in it for? Nov 13, 2013 | 9:27 AM |by Anthony Rockliffe | If you are only in your relationship for what you would like to get out of it, you will be disappointed. © NinaMalyna – Fotolia.com I had a client a while back whose partner found sexual contact with him to be repulsive,… Continue reading Motivation. So what are you in it for?

1 Corinthians 13

If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. If I… Continue reading 1 Corinthians 13


Sometimes choosing is hard.  Very hard.  Or should I say, sometimes choosing correctly is hard.  When your hubby has ignored you the whole day, and you have mounting financial debt and no idea on how you are going to recover, and you’re not feeling great, and you and hubby haven’t made love in while, and… Continue reading Commitment