Justice Schanfarber knows you’re not really arguing about chores. You’re avoiding talking about this.
DiaryDad is thankful for life lessons he has learned and wants to pass them on. — Here in the United States we are prepping for Thanksgiving. A favorite holiday of mine because it reminds me to take a moment and realize and take stock of the many good things in my life. My wife, my […]
Dave Batson believes there are enormous benefits to dining out once a week.
DiaryDad is disappointed in the lack of civil discourse in politics, so he is going to try to teach his kids to do better. — We are less than a year away from our next presidential election here in the good ol’ U.S. of A. and I am already fed up of the childish behavior of […]
Raymond Bechard looks at what we must do to look evil in the face and conquer our worst fears.
The 6 key lessons dating a “normie” taught Amy Dresner about addiction.
What does your wife know that YOU know? Steve Horsmon explains how this powerful concept builds trust and safety.
Melissa Mowry, a young mom of two boys, struggled at first in her marriage, frustrated that her husband couldn’t read her mind. She realized communication was the way they’d both get what they needed and preserve harmony in their marriage.
How do you know whether the person apologizing means it?
Jordan Gray says that you can improve your relationship using these small, simple actionable steps starting today.
You have managed to escape the family curse of substance abuse but now that your own children are approaching their teen years you are worried about allowing them to have contact with the rest of your family. Don’t worry dad! Help is here.
If you want to have better communication with your partner, learn how they learn.
Theresa Byrne wants to you to know that you can help others without having it cause you pain or drama. But you’ll need to set some boundaries.
The New York Times proposes 36 questions. The Wall Street Journal suggests 6. Anna Rosenblum Palmer and her husband narrow it down to one.