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Does Your Partner Resent You For Staying at Home?

You have the talk with your partner, and the two of you decide it’s in the best interest for you to stay home and raise the kids, whether it’s for a few months, a few years, or life. 88 more words


A Reply to Gerald Rogers' Marriage Tips, from a Wife's Perspective

Tons of people have now seen Gerald Rogers’ Facebook note regarding marriage rules from a newly-divorced guy, which first hit the social media site in 2013 but is making the rounds again. 2,207 more words


Marriage Makers vs. Marriage Breakers


“Take the word ‘should’ out of your vocabulary.  Don’t say ‘should’ unless you’re looking in the mirror.”  … 623 more words


So You are Newly Married...

Marriage….at times a slice of heaven, and other days as crappy as a pair of week-old skivvies.  Twenty years I have lived with my true love, and when the day that death-do-us-part comes, I can only hope I go first because I can’t imagine my life without this man.   902 more words

How do I get him/her to…………

“The more you appreciate and love your partner, the more they will appreciate and love you.”

The one question I hear the most as a relationship expert is, “How do I get my husband/wife or girlfriend/boyfriend to …?” You can fill in the blank; show me more attention, make a commitment, appreciate me more, have more sex, be more involved in our relationship, and the list goes on. 849 more words


How to love your in-laws; even if they aren’t so lovable

This is a blog I wrote for my client: Boy Keeps Girl

Marriage is such a beautiful part of life! How amazing is it when two people meet, fall in love and decide to dedicate their lives to one another? 415 more words

Tianna Leigh

Is the Husband Supposed to be the Leader?

A few years ago, I attended the wedding of a dear friend of mine. Before the actual ceremony the minister took time to give a powerful bit of counsel to everyone who had gathered. 502 more words