Monthly Archives: November 2010

What I Wish I’d Known as a Newlywed


There are a few helpful books and guides out there designed to help people solve problems in marriage. Unfortunately though, just like parenting, there is no handbook that they hand to you after the ceremony that gives you exact directions … Continue reading

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Heartbreak Warfare: Fighting Fair


Now I want a nice clean fight. No hits below the belt, no gouging of the eyes, no trash talking, and no kicking when your opponent goes down. When ever an argument, disagreement, tiff, or fight happens in you relationship, … Continue reading

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Superman: The Hidden Hero Inside of You


Whether through your own self-awareness, your wife, or a friend, or even a stranger telling you, you’ve come to the realization that you need to become a better husband. The first step is admitting it. Some of us have fallen … Continue reading

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Divorce is Not in Our Vocabulary


Both of my parents were married before they met and married each other. They’ve now been married to each other for over 30 years. One of their mantras is, “divorce is not in our vocabulary”. Why is this important? In … Continue reading

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What’s Good for the Goose…


…is good for the Gander. I’m guessing you have some sort of hobby. Whether it takes you away from the computer or not, outside or inside, you probably have one. “A good hobby can dispel heartache and give zest to … Continue reading

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