No Need to Freak Out Before Your Wedding

Everyone gets anxious before a big event. Making a major shift from one part of your life to another is what I call a threshold event. It’s normal to feel nervous before a graduation, a job change, or a wedding. … Read More

Fighting With Your Partner Could Be a Sign of a Good Relationship

All couples have arguments. Fighting with your spouse can be a good sign. It could mean that you feel comfortable enough to be open with them about your true feelings. The problems start when you don’t know how to express those feelings … Read More

Do You Struggle to Find Sexual Partners?

Not getting the sex you want is never an excuse for violence Have you ever experienced a time in your life when you wanted to have sex but you didn’t have a partner and had trouble finding one? If not, … Read More

Why We Need More Education About Sex and Consent

I was surprised by many statements in the recent article in America Magazine, “#MeToo shows the dangers of ‘end-less’ sex. ‘Humane Vitae” shows the way forward.” I think we need to think more about this idea of consent. What is … Read More

How Emotional Risk-Taking Can Lead to Better Relationships

I clicked on my email and opened the 30 Second Newsletter. I don’t have much time so it helps me to catch up on the important things. I found the following gem about setting slightly terrifying goals in order to … Read More

What People Don’t Share About the First Year of Marriage

Wedding season is almost upon us. Will you be tying the knot? If so, I’m sure you’re receiving tons of advice. But there are several things that people don’t typically tell the soon-to-be-married. I was interviewed recently by Wedding Wire … Read More

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