Is Insecurity Undermining Your Relationship?

June 20th, 2016

If you feel insecure about yourself, it could be seriously undermining your relationship. Or, maybe your partner struggles with insecurity, and you don’t understand what is going on with them or what to do about it.

Regardless of who is insecure in the relationship, it can lead to an unexpected consequence… it can drive you apart. It has the effect of wearing you down as a couple, stealing precious energy that could be devoted to building you up.

Insecurity creates layers of problems, and in this blog, we’ll go over 3 of the biggest problems, as well as 3 tips for moving out of insecurity and into a place of greater self-confidence. Read on…

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Jealousy: Use it to Your Marriage’s Advantage

August 10th, 2015

Jealousy can serve a beneficial purpose, or it can eat you alive and drive away your spouse.

So, what’s the catch to making it beneficial rather than harmful?

In this blog, we’ll explore jealousy: when it’s good, when it’s bad—and when it’s downright destructive. Read on…

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The 3 Steps for Ending Post-Affair Negative Thinking

April 15th, 2015

Would you like to heal from your spouse’s infidelity and the horrible negative thoughts that come with it?

When you learn that your spouse cheated on you, you are hit with a barrage of negative thoughts. At first, you’re in shock, unable to think anything. Next, dozens of questions, like a swarm of stinging hornets, invade your brain. Negative thoughts invade your mind, threatening to sweep away your sense of stability, faith in humankind, and hope for the future.

In this post, I’ll give you 3 steps you’ll need to survive the negative thoughts threatening to take over your life and give you back a sense of peace. Read on…

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80/20: Why Marriage Infidelity Doesn’t Make Sense

January 4th, 2011

Would you rather have 80% of a good thing, or 20%?

Most reasonable people want to have as much of a good thing as they can get. And yet, your marriage may be subject to destruction because your spouse is looking outside of the marriage in a misguided attempt to gain the 20% he or she feels is missing.

In this post, we’ll take a look at the idea of an 80/20 ratio as it relates to cheating, and some of the emotional trials a cheater faces once they realize they’ve risked 80% for a lousy 20%.

If you suspect your spouse is contemplating an affair, share this post with them immediately. If your spouse has already had an affair, maybe this could serve as a starting point to discuss the problems in your marriage.

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