When Ronald Roache got married, his new father-in-law gave him and his new bride, Yoshiko, some marriage advice. “Marriage is a business,” he told them. “part love and part business. You can’t go into the store and say, ‘I love my husband, now give me groceries.’”Read More Best Marriage Advice He Ever Got
From the first day they met, Jim and Sandy were so easy being together – no awkward moments, no missteps, just comfortable and happy. Then Sandy told him she met someone else. “How could this happen?” Jim wondered. “I thought soulmates were forever.”Read More But She Was My Soulmate
“I’m sorry,” Ken told Patty when she found out that he forgot to pay the credit card bill. Feeling guilty, Ken repeated his apology and assured her, “it won’t happen again.” But it did happen again.Read More Relationship Advice: When “I’m Sorry” DOESN’T Count
Does your midlife reinvention feel stuck? Is there something holding you back from taking that next step in your personal life or your career? You might be surprised to find the problem is something small… and here’s how to fix it!Read More Are you Putting Off Your Midlife Reinvention?
I have always wanted to be his wife,” explained the forty-something woman looking for relationship advice from Dear Abby. She was talking about her live-in boyfriend of five years. She laments, “I want to get married and he […]Read More Hey Dear Abby: Don’t Tell Women in Relationships to “Suck it Up.”
Getting married soon? Or are you a newlywed? This is the kind of relationship advice millions of divorced or married-but-unhappy women and men wish they had gotten sooner, when they were single. If you’re in a committed relationship, […]Read More The Fix for the Biggest Marriage Problems
It’s a brand new baby year, Victory Chicks! And Yayyy! The last one grew whiskers pretty fast and we were ready to see it go months before it was over. This fresh new year gives you a blank […]Read More It’s a Brand New Baby Year! 3 Tips to Reach Your Goals