Steve Horsmon explains why your self-reliance is the foundation for a truly healthy relationship
men and marriage
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.
Steve Horsmon has a few tips for wives who feel compelled to “help” their man
Steve Horsmon explains the common hidden agenda afflicting many good guys who wind up as unhappy husbands.
Do you play this toxic game? Steve Horsmon explains how to change the rules – if you want to.
Steve Horsmon has some straightforward advice for husbands who care too much about things they can’t control.
Here’s some advice for men who feel their marriage is bleeding out.
Speaking of unexpected surprises, here are a few more I’ve cataloged along my way working with unsuspecting husbands. I just don’t feel that way about you anymore. I think of you more as a friend now than anything else. There’s no spark anymore. We just don’t connect anymore – never did really. I don’t trust…
Can you relate to these traits of the “hummingbird husband”? I can.
It’s a logical question. Can you ask her to “Woman Up”?
If this is what she means by “being the man”, is it asking too much?
It’s funny how divorce opens your eyes to things you never realized when you were married.
The most important leadership skill in your marriage may not be what you think.
What would happen if you fearlessly declared everything you’ve always wanted in your relationship?
Being your wife’s best friend is fantastic…unless it’s the wrong kind of friend.
What if your wife is secretly craving a monster within you she hasn’t seen in a long, long time?