When my beautiful daughter came into this world, I decided I didn’t want to hold onto that spite for my father anymore.
Matt Sweetwood has learned the hard way, being a good guy in a divorce is not only the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing as well.
It is easy to pass our frustrations and fears onto others and takes work to break that way of thinking.
Asking the wrong first date questions can lead to a dating disaster. That’s why you shouldn’t ask these 5 questions on a first date… — First dates can be confusing, scary, and sometimes boring. Or they can be fun and exciting, especially if you’re armed with some good open-ended questions (and the right potential partner). Even if the person […]
The reptilian brain makes communication challenging when emotionally stressed. Kyle Benson shows us how to work with this beast.
Getting a divorce allowed me and my kids to move forward.
He just found out he has to pay child support… for a child he never knew he had. Allana Pratt, Intimacy Expert guides him through the anger, to become an instant Dad.
We love our children and we fear we will mess up their lives in some way. I hear this fear
voiced over and over again: “I don’t want to hurt my children with a divorce.”
What can we say to our sons to teach them how to have a healthy relationship? What seeds can we plant to help break the cycle of divorce?
“How I envy his time with that child of mine”
How my husband’s unconventional title of “buddy” rather than “step-dad” is beneficial to our step-family!
It’s strange that the skills we need to carry out this give-and-take arrangement are suddenly adequate when the inadequacy of these same skills led to our failed marriage.
Letting go and moving on… they sound so easy. Easy to say, easy to advise, but not so easy to do. Here is what happened, that told this dad, and divorce expert, that he had in fact, successfully let go.
Here are 6 reasons according to Millar Montgomery on why you might get back with your ex, and why you absolutely shouldn’t.
Kyle Benson believes we are affected by unconscious forces. These “love laws” determine relationship success or failure.