What are we seemingly always so sorry for, exactly? That we aren’t measuring up to our own standards? If so, can we consider lowering our own bar until the need to say we’re sorry we are who we are fades into oblivion? … More No Longer Sorry: A Long Overdue New Rally Cry For The Warrior In Each Of Us
Once my secret was told, she surprised me by saying, “Me too.” And then we wept together. … More Ending your too-long struggle with secrecy and shame: tell your hard story to break the heavy bonds of self-imposed silence and finally begin to heal fully.
I’m asked one question about surviving a spouse’s infidelity more than all the others combined: “How do you stop obsessing about HER?”
When I saw this photo of myself, my immediate inclination was to delete it and then go about my life pretending I’d never seen it. … More Does this jet ski make my butt look big? And other dumb things I’ve focused on.
We’ve got this, husband, we do! … More We are not the grave mistakes we make in our marriages, we are more so what we do right after.