These big, stressful, life-altering happenings are a threat to the very things that helps us weather life’s most difficult, most frightening, most painful moments—our most significant relationships.
The importance of discovering our happy places.
Yesterday would have been lucky-number 13. My wife and I celebrating 13 years of marital bliss. Only we didn’t.
Five years ago today, I didn’t want to go home. And I sure didn’t look forward to weekends.
Sifting through the evidence of feelings.
How being cool to our exes makes our lives better.
The ‘Holy Sh*t, I Just Found Out I’m Not with My Soulmate!’ emergency guide.
When something hurts all the time, it’s easy to chase things that relieve the pain.
Good people with good hearts do this all the time.
Never abandon yourself to please another.
My wife put effort and energy into our relationship. I did not return that same level of effort and energy. We are now divorced.
The difference is so subtle that I didn’t recognize it until now.
Why do we marry?
I often wonder how much I’m getting wrong as a father.
Where does your spouse or romantic partner rank in your life?
Most people believe: “Getting married is just what you do when you’re old enough!”