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Bringing Sexy Back: How to Light a Lasting Flame in the Bedroom

Bringing Sexy Back: How to Light a Lasting Flame in the Bedroom Do you remember how it felt when you and your significant other brought your bond to the bedroom for the first time? Even if the first time was filled with mistakes and miscommunication, you more than likely reached a point as time went

A Mutual Loss Key Points for Couples to Remember after a Miscarriage

A Mutual Loss: Key Points for Couples to Remember after a Miscarriage One of the worst things any couple can endure is experiencing the excitement of pregnancy and parenthood, only to have it all taken away. Everyone attributes miscarriages to different things, but the truth is that it often doesn’t have a practical reason at

Nobody Chooses Change (But We Must)

One of the most important parts of successfully directing your life in the way you want it to go and embracing happiness requires the painful process of change. Change doesn’t always feel good in the moment, which is why choosing it is a process that requires hard work. Getting some advice is a great way

What if Your Better Half Doesn’t Want to Join You for Couples Therapy?

Disagreements are normal in every relationship. You’re never going to agree on everything, and that’s all right. That kind of dynamics can add to the unique nature of your relationship. That said, there are going to be days when you both will feel out of step with each other. There will be passages of boredom

Dwelling on Emotions vs Honoring Your Feelings?

Photo by Natalia Figueredo on Unsplash While the desire to let go of negative emotions might be strong, understanding the difference between suppression and true closure can be difficult. A lot of it is found in the approach to feelings you need to work through. Suppression is a gut reaction for many people.

How Much News Should Your Children Watch?

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash The world can be a very scary place, and today’s non-stop news being transmitted in every medium imaginable, whether on social media or TV, it can be a challenge deciding how, or if, to let your child see it. As a parent, you need to be the

Don’t Be a Zax: How to Deal with Stubbornness in Kids

Stubbornness is a common complaint from parents, especially those with children either in middle or high school. For these parents, it may seem like the defiance they face from their children is designed simply to push their buttons. This can lead to a shut-down in communication – which only worsens the issue.   How can