The Marriage Blog

5 Things to Say Everyday

In addition to my marriage coaching practice, I have also done a great deal of work in the area of hospice and grief. I facilitate and lead several grief groups throughout the year. During these…

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Don’t Lose Hope

Florence Chadwick is one of the most famous woman swimmers in American history.  She was the first woman to swim the English Channel both ways.  In 1952, she attempted to become the first woman to…

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Leaving and Cleaning

“Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.”  This scripture is often recited at weddings.  It deals with our need to…

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Emotional Affairs

Affairs seldom start in the bedroom. Most affairs start out as emotional affairs. Emotional affair is the term used to describe a relationship that has crossed the line from friendship to a connection level that…

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4 Steps for a Better Easier

My favorite holiday of the year is Easter. I love it because the day represents the Resurrection of Jesus and the greatest day in history. But I also love it because of its potential for…

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Don’t Lose Hope

​Florence Chadwick is one of the most famous woman swimmers in American history. She was the first woman to swim the English Channel both ways. In 1952, she attempted to become the first woman to…

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Does True Love Exist?

​Does true love exist? For the past 35 years, Keven Clark has given his wife a single red rose every week. It is a tradition he started before he and his wife were married. Kevin…

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Start Hugging

​I saw something beautiful this morning at the Cracker Barrel. While I was standing in line waiting to be seated I observed the couple in front of me. This husband and wife were in their…

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Failure to Thrive

What do The Beatles, Diana Ross, The Doors, Mariah Carey and Rod Stewart all have in common?  All of them had songs that made it to the top charts about today’s topic.  (I will share…

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