30-Day Sex Challenge!!!
Surfing the web this week….I came up with this interesting topic, having sex with your spouse for a month. As a woman, naturally I was intrigued because I have never had sex with my spouse for 30 consecutive days in a row. Giving it further thought, I began to wonder how many married women have. As […]
Could My Spouse Be Cheating???
Are you involved in a marriage where you are constantly thinking your spouse may be cheating? If you are, there are several things to look for. I ran across this article on huffingtonpost.com written by Kiri Blakeley (CafeMom’s blog, The Stir). These signs, better known as “red flags,” are normally present if a spouse is […]
Love Everlasting Part 2!!!
Last week I discussed how to make a marriage/relationship long lasting. For me and my spouse it is having a solid foundation with God and unconditional love for one another. Plus not worrying about what someone thinks we may be missing out on….. the whole grass is greener scenario. I listed the first three keys to […]
Love Everlasting Part 1!!!
This month my husband and I are celebrating 18 years of marriage. Being married for almost two decades several friends have asked, how you make marriage work for so long? And “do you ever think about the grass being greener on the other side?” My answer, first having a God fearing spouse and having […]
I Double Dare You!!!
During a conversation I had this week with one of my sisters, we began to discuss a conversation my husband and I had a day or so before. The topic of conversation me and my list of Things Not to Do!!! Of course, she took my husband’s stance on this matter and basically called me […]
Should We Share Bank Accounts?
Over the years I have counseled numerous couples. One of the most interesting but not shocking things that I have learned is the lack of trust in each other when it comes to money. Many of these couples claim to have an undying love for each other. I don’t doubt it, for the most part, […]
Dealing with Difficult People
No matter what we do in life, there will always be one thing that we will have to deal with. We will have to always deal with “people.” I am not referring to ordinary, pleasant, inviting people. I am referring to “difficult people.” Some people are just so difficult! It seems like no matter how […]
Raising a Financially Responsible Teen Part II!!!
Last week I discussed finding a happy median regarding spending and saving for teens. I believe our son is on the right track for becoming financially responsible. Although, I have noticed he is a lot freer with spending my money than his own…go figure!!! While surfing the web I came across this article written […]