Monthly Archives: December 2014

5 Reasons To Not Take Relationship Advice From Your Friends

Ok! So you need some relationship advice and you have a friend that has a good relationship so you figured you’d ask them for help to fix yours. This is not always a good idea.

As a marriage and relationship coach I find that one of the biggest mistakes people make when they are having problems in their […]

By |December 27th, 2014|Communication and Conflict, Friends and Family|1 Comment

5 Reasons To Trust The Love Languages System

Is talking about your love language with your spouse effective? Will it actually get you more love? Will it really make it easier to love your spouse? Does it take away from the spontaneity of love?

The 5 love languages is a system developed by Dr. Gary Chapman, a renowned clinical psychologist who has done extensive research on marriage […]

5 Things Forgiveness Is Not

Have you ever struggled with the saying, “forgive and forget”? Have you ever felt like resisting those biblical scriptures where Jesus tells you not only to forgive but to forgive 77 times? Have you ever struggled applying this truth to your relationship because of how deeply your partner has hurt you? I’d like to shed some light on the fact that while […]

By |December 13th, 2014|Communication and Conflict|0 Comments

Tips To Get Your Loved One To Marriage Coaching

Most people (and when i say people, i mean… men :D) NEVER want to admit that they have relationship problems. This also means they NEVER want to seek external help. Have you ever wondered how to get your fiancé or spouse to go for counseling? Here are a few tips!

So my husband and I are part of a […]

If You Want To Be Happy In Your Relationship…Be Grateful!

If You Want To Be Happy In Your Relationship…Be Grateful!

Is happiness in our relationships tied to gratitude? My husband Ladi thinks so as he writes in the post below…

So I listened to a TED Talk by Bro. David Steindl-Rast recently about the secret to happiness. I have to say that this is the best talk I’ve heard […]