Tag: marriage help

Choice, The Ultimate Empowerment Tool

Everyday, you and I make a lot of choices – sometimes unconsciously. For each one, we get a result which affects how we feel. In these unsettling times in our world, I believe you and I need to become very conscious and intentional about choice, the ultimate empowerment tool. I also believe you and I… Read more »

Are You Wasting Time?

Are you wasting time in “not-love” experiences in your relationship? Wasting it in anger, fear, resentment, guilt, shame, blame, doubt, hurt, etc. What result is this giving you? How long, specifically, are you going to continue? That hurts, doesn’t it? Yet it is a good reminder to consider now. Do the math if you like…. Read more »

The Power Of Connection

If you were to rate the power of connection you’ve experienced with others over the last 15 months of COVID restrictions, where would you put it on a scale of 1 to 10? 1 being no power and no connection to 10 being totally powerful and connected. If you’re like most people, technology has been… Read more »

Problems? Have You Checked Your Grounding?

Problems in relationships and life?  We all have them, and they can seem so complicated and frustrating.  Usually the solution is right in front of our nose but… we refuse to see it.  It usually boils down to this, “Have you checked your grounding?” Story Each spring we buy yearling steers to harvest our grass… Read more »

Fear Always Divides

Yes, it is true, “fear always divides.” Just look around. People are afraid to be close to each other, afraid to hug, afraid to visit family and friends, afraid to sneeze in a public place, afraid to drive or fly, etc. Fear disconnects people in a time when we need connection more than ever. We… Read more »

3 Steps To Apologize Effectively

Can a dude born in 1706 teach us the 3 steps to apologize effectively? I don’t know what this guy knew about a primary relationship. Yet, good ol’ Ben Franklin was esteemed for his ability to communicate well. Let’s take what he said and give you our always-work (aka: never-fail) steps for apologies. We’re assuming… Read more »

Must Be Present To Win

Imagine this. It’s half-time intermission at the football game. You’ve purchased your 50/50 ticket and the announcer says, “The winning ticket will be drawn at the end of the game. You must be present to win.” That is an incredible metaphor for any relationship. What does it mean to you to “win” in your relationship?… Read more »

Valentines Message For The Whole Year

What does Valentine’s Day mean to you? More importantly, what is it about Valentine’s Day, or the Month of Romance, that you can apply everyday of the year? What results will you experience when you do that? We’d love to hear your feedback. We’d also like to learn about specific challenges you face in your… Read more »

The Past, Future, and NOW: prioritizing what’s most important

What were some of your most important learnings from last year, and commitments for this year? Did they have anything to do with prioritizing what’s most important? We’ve lost “normalicy” and gained greater awareness of how we want to show up in life every day. It’s not the doingness but the beingness that helps us… Read more »

Be Interested Rather Than Invested?

In some of our previous podcasts, you might have noticed the theme of “be interested rather than invested” when it comes to communication, however not specifically in those words. This is a bit more overt – ‘cause it just happened. I woke up and immediately noticed that something was different.  As I re-entered consciousness from the… Read more »