The freedom of being “true” to oneself seems to elude a lot of us. There are expectations of us at every turn, and sometimes these are projected upon us.
I set out on a journey to find myself; to see what was underneath all the role playing; to uncover who I inherently was.
Rather than looking outward to feel a sense of control, I began to seek my peace inwardly.
I think everyone who is out there dating reaches a point along the way where they give up and just ask who the in the world would date us.
We belong as much in the world of those who love us as we do in a world of our own making.
Theresa Byrne asks you to consider what you’re giving in order to get love.
For new fathers, there are times an enthusiasm gap emerges: it is between other’s expectations of your excitement level, and the one you actually feel.
Life is a journey. What has your been about?
An enduring marriage involves forgiveness, trust, and the consistent conviction that you need to make it work
However the message of divorce is delivered, your kids will have questions. Audrey Cade helps keep your answers simple.
It’s OK to have expectations but it’s time to look at your expectations when they start impacting your life negatively.
Can we improve our relationship with it and use it as catalyst for change?
Whether married or single, Kyle Benson offers critical advice on the importance of communicating your needs to the one you love.
Boys are boys and will always be boys. We can be angry about it. Or we can use that anger to fuel a redefinition of what it means to be a boy.
What you expect could impact your health and well-being.
Sean Swaby takes a humorous look at our control issues.