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Catch 22: If He Can’t Live With You, He Might Kill You

While experiencing a rare chance to go riding on a Sunday morning, I encountered a police blockade barring the entrance to Jay Blanchard Park. It looked serious, with several police cars and a police van, and lots of yellow police tape. I rode a different way, and when I got home, searched to learn what […]

By |May 12th, 2010|Anger, Blog, Couples, Dating, Divorce, Relationships, Resolve Conflict|0 Comments

5 Tips: Talking To Your Kids About Infidelity – Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods recent confession and discussion about his treatment has drawn attention to the effects of infidelity on the entire family. Unfortunately, Tiger is not alone, couples every year are faced with how to talk to their kids about infidelity. How much do you tell them? How should the hurt parent express their feelings about […]

5 Steps to Divorce Proof Your Marriage Before it Starts

Couples that set the below boundaries before selecting their mate not only Divorce Proof their Marriage, but they also report the Best Sexual Satisfaction.

Living apart Before You Marry-A British government study found that couples who lived together before marriage are at least 40 percent more likely to divorce within 15 years of their weddings, […]

By |January 30th, 2010|Blog, Couples, Divorce, Divorce, Pre-Marital, Relationships, Resolve Conflict|0 Comments

Orlando Marriage Counselor on Five Tips To Stay Married

Orlando Marriage Counselor on Five Tips To Stay Married

Do you want to know how you can rekindle the romance and bring that spark back into your marriage?Below are five proactive ways to stay married:

1. Reclaim your date night.Remember staying up all night talking on the phone, or sitting outside in your spouse’s car – just […]

By |January 12th, 2009|Adults, Blog, Couples, Dating, Divorce, Divorce, Marriage, Relationships|1 Comment

Orlando Marriage Counselor on 4 Ways Unforgiveness Destroys Your Marriage

Orlando Marriage Counselor on 4 Ways Unforgiveness Destroys Your Marriage

Unforgiveness does its work slowly. It’s almost like mold behind a wall, you may not notice it this day or the next day, but eventually you will experience its harmful effects.

1. We increasingly limit the intimacy of our relationship.
Unforgiveness is like a wall that you are […]

By |November 17th, 2008|Adults, Anger, Blog, Couples, Dana West, Divorce, Divorce, Marriage, Relationships, Updates|0 Comments