My latest guest post for Anne Cohen! 5 Reasons To Choose Your Friends Wisely
I’ve often heard people talking about what they deserve in relationships and how they don’t know how to get it. So I’ve written a post on how to do just that!
Y’all, there was a tornado in December when I was pregnant, my husband was out of town on a business trip/training and I was ALL ALONE in the middle of Wal-Mart with loud thunderclaps amplified from the metal roof and scaring the crap out of my gestating son. It took a twenty-minute frantic drive home to access YouTube and Carol of the Bells to calm him down. I was sore for a week.
Listen to the rest of the stories here 😉
I don’t normally talk about depression (though I do talk about anorexia and NICU PTSD), but after a conversation with my husband last night, we decided this post would be helpful to many and worth writing. And so, here we are.
Here are 5 pieces of advice for helping your spouse through a period of depression!
Hey there folks! 🙂
This is another video collaboration with the Relationship Blogger, Raymond Baxtor. I’ve really enjoyed doing this video series with him and I expect we may do more in the future. If you have a question that you’d like one of us to answer, please leave me a comment in my comment’s section and I will do my best to get a response made. We really appreciate all the positive feedback and support we’ve received while doing this series.
This question for this video was: “I’ve heard that personality trumps over physical attractiveness with women – does physical attractiveness not matter too much?”
This was a question I was asked by Raymond Baxter, the Relationship Blogger. I did a video response as part of a 4 part series on sex and relationships.
Have you noticed things from your childhood impacting your marriage? If you are single, do you avoid commitment in relationships because you don’t want to have a marriage like your parent’s had? Why You Should Evaluate Your Childhood, For The Sake Of Your Marriage
Feminism, not the patriarchy, was what tried to steal my choices and my femininity.