Why are we attracted to the message that we are not “good enough”?
When we talk about God, we talk instead of an internal drive to be of use.
‘Fine’ is one of those words that only dad can make work in the most perfect way.
As dads we fear we’re never good enough—but the kids always pick up on our better nature.
When we try to hang on to things that hinder our growth, sometimes life gives us a little push.
Anyone who requires you to give up what you love for love does not love the REAL YOU.
Who would we be if we let go of our negative self-image more often?
“Happily ever after” is a job, but the benefits are absolutely awesome.
No matter who you voted for, it is time to look in the mirror and say: I am the problem.
Women, men owe you nothing!*
When we don’t want to do the work on our inner selves, it is easy and convenient to blame our appearance.
Have we made any progress in teaching our children that a woman’s body does not exist for the pleasure of others?
Is the premise of your love strong enough to support a lifetime of stories and challenges? Or is it dependent on a few conditions?
You need to ask these three critical questions about the health of your relationship.
Kara Post-Kennedy offers a no-holds barred, gloves off approach to the things men say to women.
Are men who are “not listening” actually just subconsciously looking for some kind of passionate response in their partners?