Hope Wins! An Ancient Lesson About Overcoming Fear

Supporting those we love steadily, patiently, and nurture hope over fear.

5 Things My Daughter Taught Me About Life

I can’t imagine my life without glittery bicycles, mountains of hair accessories and huge neck hugs every day. And I don’t think I want to.

Why You Need to Celebrate Ev-uh-ree-thing

Don’t just celebrate the big things in your family; celebrate the small ones, too.

It’s OK to Grieve

“Good grief” isn’t an oxymoron. It can bring you a whole new perspective.

Dogs Teach Us the Proper Role of Tension in Relationships

Louise Thayer learns a critical lesson about the beneficial role of tension.

10 Unusual Things Single Moms Find Sexy In A Man

Single moms of all ages share the sexy things they absolutely love. The answers might surprise you.

Let it Ride

In life, sometimes it’s better to wait a bit to see how things roll, rather than hitting the brakes at every turn.

Life Happens When You are Waiting for Life to Happen

Sean Swaby asks, “Is your life worth waiting for?”

How Instant Gratification is Ruining Dating

It’s time to ditch the instant gratification habit, man. It’s spoiling all the dating fun! Take these sweet little tips on slowing way the heck down.

You Cannot Be A Man Without A Little Patience

Does it take patience to be a man today?

No More Sex. No more Patience?

What’s a husband to do when passion runs cold and his patience has run out?

Top 10 Reasons Older Men Make Better Partners

Older men hooking up with younger women get a bad rap.

Forget Your New Year’s Resolutions … Well, Not Quite … But Give Them Time

Louise Thayer advises not to rush into resolutions too quickly, because the soul needs time to process what the mind is demanding.

Just for Today, You Can Be the Change

What decisions can you make today that can improve the lives of others in the world?

7 Things I’ve Learned from My Son with Autism

One mother shares her journey with her special needs child.

Is Stress the New Contagion? Don’t Believe It!

Things will go wrong, but we can choose how we handle our stress and other people’s too.