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Couples differences

One of the fun parts about getting to know a new couple is learning about how they first met.  Because, invariably, you don’t get to hear just one story.  You get to hear two: his and hers.  Conflicting memories can be important when you’re dealing with events and situations that go deeper.  Maybe you and your spouse have different accounts of an awkward situation at a family gathering and, as a result, can’t decide how to deal with it.  Or, you don’t agree on the outcome of a serious conversation about what to do with a rebellious teenager.  What do you do when you want to be on the same page, but seem to be reading different scripts?  How can we learn more about couples differences? Continue reading

Undivided attention

Marriage requires your undivided attention.  Even though many other important elements of living have to be attended to, nothing is more important than your marriage.  There are those moments in life when you need to give your full undivided attention to your spouse.  Here are a few of those most important times. Continue reading

Time apart

Are you and your partner forced to spend time apart and away from home due to work commitments?  Perhaps there is a job that requires travel for lengthy periods or frequent travel is a requirement throughout each month? Continue reading

Not mind readers

I love Romance.  Flowers, little notes left around for me to find, small inexpensive gifts… The works.  He isn’t this kind of man.  Don’t get me wrong, he loves me, and is romantic, but not conventionally.  And in my earlier days of marriage, it meant I had to change my thinking. Continue reading

Making Excuses

Do you work in a fast paced environment and find yourself making excuses? When we started this business I had the dream of it taking off and making a lot of money. What I never factored in was how busy I could be after a year or so. You would think having over 60 Romantic […]