Three Tips For Healthy Boundaries In Your Relationships

By |March 8th, 2012|

Did you know that privacy concerns are more prevalent now than ever before since technology has made it so easy for us to take a peak into other people’s lives?  What if it becomes too much?  Do you constantly find yourself taking a look at your husband’s text messages or email accounts?  When have you […]

Five Ways to Detect Depression in Your Teen

By |March 8th, 2012|

Depression has become a serious problem in our teenage culture. There are many reasons for this trend but it is most important to notice the pressures faced by teens in today’s society. Apart from the pressure from parents to excel at school, teens also face immense pressure from their peers. Teens are struggling with “fitting […]

5 Destructive Relationship Patterns

By |November 27th, 2011|

Listed below are five distinct types of harmful relationships.  As you read through this list, you might find that your relationship with someone contains all five characteristics, or you may identify with only one or two.  Please understand that if you experience even one of these patterns consistently in your relationship with someone, the behavior […]

5 Healthy Break Up Do’s and Don’ts

By |November 27th, 2011|

Most people have experienced a break-up in their lifetime.  Recently, the entertainment news spotlighted Kim Kardashian’s break-up after 72 days of marriage and Zooey Deschanel split from her husband of only two years!  Break-ups can be traumatic and difficult to get over for most people, so just how can individuals move through a break-up in a healthy […]

5 Ways To Deal With Betrayal

By |October 29th, 2011|

One thing most people never dream of is their partner betraying them!  Yet, unfortunately, it seems to be the popular topic of conversations these days because of celebrities and their relationships.  Most recently in the spotlight, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, who have been married for 6 years now, might be separating due to Kutcher’s […]

Four Ways To Deal With Guilt

By |September 26th, 2011|

Burdened with feelings of guilt?  Have you done something to cause hurt to your friend or spouse?  Let’s take a look at what you can do when those feelings start to take over your whole being.


 1) Pay Attention to the Feelings

Guilt is simply a sign telling your conscience that something is wrong.

Embrace your feelings, feeling […]


By |August 13th, 2011|


She believed she was in a good, stable marriage until her husband surprised her out-of-the-blue with the news that it was over
She was completely unaware that he was thinking of leaving or even unhappy
He moved out quickly (often with a girlfriend)
From the moment of his announcement, his treatment of his […]

Three Reasons Women Blame the Other Woman

By |July 28th, 2011|

When an affair has occurred, who is to blame?  The responsibility most often should be allocated to the betrayer of the relationship – the husband.  This is not to say the “other woman” does not have responsibility, especially if she knew he was married.  However,it’s understandable that the other woman becomes the target for a […]

Three Ways To Thrive After Childhood Sexual Abuse

By |March 27th, 2011|

What comes to mind when you think of that deep dark secret that you wish would just disappear?  If you were a victim of childhood sexual abuse, you are probably thinking of the abuse.

The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that one out of every three women and one out of every six men have […]

Facebook: Three Ways To Prevent Divorce

By |March 7th, 2011|

Did you read the recent headlines that Facebook is to blame for 1 in 5 divorces in the United States?  According to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) 81 percent of the country’s top divorce lawyers all agree that there has been a significant increase in the number of cases using social networking evidence […]