February is about to hit us like a Mack truck, loves. I want to help us all get through by equipping us with the biggest weapon of mass compassion there is—LOVE. Need some help, a little nudge to reach in and pull some big, impactful love out of your quiver? I thought you might. So … More Daily tasks and tips to strengthen your marriage and love bigger, even through the hard days—a 28-day relationship building challenge.
Our personal regrets are powerful in how they work to shape us into the people we want to be. But our accomplishments are even more adept at molding us. I’ve got an old suitcase bulging at the seams with regret. I don’t lug its oppressive heft around with me on the regular, but I do … More To Admit Your Regrets Or Not To; That Is The Question
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
Instead of, “I’m so sorry I was a bit late,” how about, “Thank you so much for your patience.” I love the switcheroo, don’t you? … More Not Even Sorry, Not Sorry: A Long Overdue New Battle Cry For The Warrior In Us All
Struggles are just inevitable bumps in the road, not sinkholes that give way to the mountainside. … More Hard Times in Marriage Often Reveal the Most Shine in the Diamond