Lie #2: I’m Supposed to be Happy For many people, they believe that their personal happiness is what matters most…
Recently we were out to dinner with friends who are making a major change in their lives and careers. Our friends have thought this through well. They have been dreaming of these changes for several years. They met with their financial advisor […]
We love to celebrate and we make it a priority in our marriage to celebrate each other.
Many years ago Brad was talking with a woman who said that when she grew up she didn’t have anything. As a result, she decided not to deny her boys whatever they wanted.
Money. It’s the number one issue that couples argue about.
What do these words have in common: portfolio, friends, title, power, possessions, celebrities, armies, weapons, the judicial system, and politics?
Recently we were able to get away for a few days on a vacation. It wasn’t long, but it was refreshing individually and maritally.
In the history of the couples with whom we’ve worked, and in our own marriage, the health and vitality of the marital relationship rises and falls on how central this one perspective is in a couple’s marriage.
Have you ever agonized over whether or not to change jobs? How did you process it as a couple?