Money and Marriage!!!
After viewing several readings via the web it is clear that money, marriage and divorce are linked and not in a good way. Per certain articles, the earlier the financial arguments begin, the higher the chance of divorce. I did not read any articles that discussed if couples actually sit down prior to marriage […]
The Confederate Flag: Is Change Possible
Living in the South, I often hear individuals of the majority say that the Confederate flag symbolizes their heritage. Whereas, most minorities see this same flag as a symbol of hatred. I guess it depends on which end of the whip your ancestors had contact with that aids in one’s perception. I was recently […]
The Cost of Professional Counseling
Many people in our society forgo the cost of counseling in a effort to save time and money. Can you put a cost on your mental and physical health? Can you place a cost of the emotional well being of your children? Can you place a cost on your marriage? Most of these things cannot […]
Stop Trying to Change Your Man
I was listening to a video devotional about Decoding the Silent Man’s Language. At the end of the devotional, the speaker said, “The only time a woman can change a man is when he is wearing diapers”. This comment tickled me but there is some truth to it! Of course, I’m not saying that your […]
Even though communication, or lack of, is one of the biggest culprits for divorce; finances/money have to be in the top 105. When someone has been taking care of themselves and budgeting for themselves for a period of time, it sometimes can be difficult when one becomes two and that has to be one. You […]
Pro Bono and Family!!!
Baking and cake decorating is my relaxation therapy as well as a hobby I have become pretty good at. I enjoy baking when I want to do it. I do have some repeat paying customers. They seem to be pleased and I do go out of my way to accommodate them. I do wonder if my […]
My husband and I were both very active in sports of some sort during high school and college. We are firm believers that healthy competition is good for you. We encourage our kids to do their very best and if it is something they want to excel at….give 150%. Being competitive helps set the bar […]
Getting Comfortable with the Uncomfortable
Did you recently lose a job or a loved one? Are you experiencing difficulties along your pathway to recovery? Whatever you are experiencing at this current moment, you are not alone. Yes, the choices that are made, whether you invoked them or they presented themselves to you, God is with you. There is a reason […]