We have two choices: Be afraid. Or embrace opportunity.
I’ve seen less than 1 percent of all there is to see.
There’s no shortcut to reclaiming your life.
It doesn’t “jive” because we’d just “assume” do it the wrong way.
Who would you trade places with if you had to take all their baggage, too?
It’s hard to find people who know how to see the subtlety of emotional abuse for what it is.
To me, there’s no choice at all. We can live in the darkness, or try our best to light it up.
The importance of boundaries and values.
It depends on how you measure it.
It wasn’t hard to spot the guys barreling toward divorce. The message was camouflaged in symbolism, so it makes sense to me that the point was lost on all the cretins. Most critical responses to the “dishes” post were rooted in a fundamental misunderstanding of what was read. A bunch of potentially well-meaning people internet-yelled:…
Why do men so commonly engage in repeated and predictable behaviors that frequently doom their marriages?
A couple can experience the same thing, feel differently about it, and neither of them are wrong.
Being a good man and a good husband can be mutually exclusive things, and love can exist in the worst and most painful of marriages.
Failing to accept their wives’ influence is the number one reason for—and predictor of—divorce.
Good people can ruin marriage, too.
If your relationship is important to you—and you both really like sex—then this matters.