We’re here for you. Because we face issues too.
Can’t find your issue?
Talk to us.
If you are unhappy about being single, maybe your focus is off.
I want to get married, but I am afraid of losing my friends. I know of many people who have lost their friends after being married. Please explain to me why people, especially women, lose their friends after marriage?
It's possible to be "successful" yet deeply unsatisfied. Try these steps to find success and satisfaction.
As a caregiver, you feel as if you have been pushed to the background. Everyone's attention is on the person lying in the bed, not you.
You expect your love will last forever. It is so intense, it steals your breath. You can’t imagine life without each other. Love is all you need, right? Nope. Just because you are in love doesn't necessarily mean you are compatible enough to walk through life together.
We all notice attractive people, but when does a glance become a stare? And when does a stare lead to flirtation, or worse? If he freely looks when you are with him, how bold is he when you are not present?
People are complex, broken beings; therefore, previous hurts, fears or losses can impede their determination to trust and/or be truthful in a relationship. But, people have the capacity and the ability to change and to grow in trust and truthfulness.
Women tend to ignore pain or discomfort, and instead push through it. We have too much on our plate to get little aches get in the way. Perhaps it is time we paid more attention. Our bodies may be warning us...
They say that when you marry someone you marry their entire family. There’s a lot of truth in that. How can you adjust without losing who you are?
It’s the sentence most parents of teens dread: ”Mom, Dad, I’m pregnant.” What do you do now?
Babies are wonderful ― let’s be clear about that ― but they are also one of the biggest changes a marriage will ever go through. Like all aspects of parenthood, it helps to be prepared.
"He did agree to go to marriage counseling with me, but he says that he is going to go just to help me understand why he’s leaving. Is there any hope for us at all? Should I not talk with him about this subject anymore? Every time I talk with him about it he seems to get stronger in his feelings.”
People can live weeks without food, days without water, minutes without oxygen, but not a moment without hope. Are you trying to beat the odds? Despair can be a slippery slope. But you can climb back out.
It's not what you do some of the time, it's what you do most of the time that counts.