5 Ways to Deal With Criticism

By |July 8th, 2013|

Do you feel attacked, not good enough or like a bad person when someone criticizes you? Do you get defensive or throw a temper tantrum? If you are like most of us, it can be tough to hear criticism from others especially those close to us.  Most people can react very angrily to what feels […]

Moms Need to Take Care of Themselves Nutritionally Too

By |March 21st, 2013|

Moms Need to Take Care of Themselves Nutritionally Too
Juggling a career, play-dates, PTA meetings, soccer practices, and managing a household can be exhausting and because of the hectic schedules, Moms often don’t eat the way they should.  As Moms, we often put our kids and spouses first and  forget that we need the right mix of nutrition so we can […]

Take Your Relationship from Good to Great!

By |March 21st, 2013|

Couples begin by taking the PREPARE/ENRICH online assessment to identify their current strengths and growth areas as a couple.  Janie then provides couples with feedback to help them understand the results as well as teach them important relationship skills.
With PREPARE/ENRICH, couples will:

Identify strengths as a couple and build new ones
Strengthen communication skills
Uncover stressful areas […]

“A Hot Mess”…Mindy McCready

By |February 19th, 2013|

Recently reported in the news, sadly country singer Mindy McCready took her own life and left her 2 small children behind.  Mindy struggled publically with her personal life, relationships and being a mother.  Despite her success as a country singer, she experienced depression, loss and abuse throughout her life.  Mindy could easily be described in […]

Get Your V Back! 3 Tips for Embracing Valentine’s Day While Being Single

By |February 13th, 2013|


Can I get a show of hands, please; does the thought of Valentine’s Day make you feel sad or depressed?  Well, you’re not alone.  Your box of chocolates for one is actually quite a large party.  Match.com surveyed 500 men and woman and found that 32% of them dreaded the day as well.  But, what […]

Baby Love

By |February 11th, 2013|

How do you define love?  Is it the pounding of the heart, sweating palms, passionate, or an instant connection?  Being in love and falling in love for some, describes the action of attachment and a long term commitment… the “You Complete Me”.

Did you know that the hormones (primarily Oxytocin) that connected you to your husband/partner/ […]

Four Ways to Avoid Emotional Infidelity | Janie Lacy

By |November 15th, 2012|

Can someone cheat without ever having physical contact? According to recent reports covering the David Petraeus’s affair those close to him during his final tours of battle were not surprised at all. One of the reasons is that most affairs happen long before there is any physical connection, so just how do we avoid going […]

Eight Tips For Life Balance

By |September 23rd, 2012|

Is balance even possible with all we have going on today?  What does balance even look like? It sounds good…it seems like something to shoot for but is it realistic?  Too often we find ourselves overwhelmed and many times, it is with good things in our lives: jobs, children’s activities, social events, church, trying to […]

Boosting Your Marriage Libido

By |July 29th, 2012|

Have you hit a rough spot in your marriage when it comes to your sex life?  Is it just not the same anymore as it used to be?  Do you have a lack of physical attraction to your partner?  Or can you simply not find the time anymore due to work or children?

Reasons For a […]

Should Children Pass Along Messages From Ex-Spouses?

By |July 29th, 2012|

How far can you go in involving your children when it comes to your ex-spouse?  Ideally, I believe it would be best that all communication between you and your ex-spouse be handled between the two of you.  There is absolutely no reason to involve your children.  Are you not both grown up individuals? Why do […]