Co-parenting counseling illuminates the way we casually treat betrayal and infidelity. It's just not something you discuss!
Conventional wisdom is an oxymoron. If wisdom was conventional 80% of marriages wouldn't be affected by infidelity. It's time to play What If?
The Little Dude shows me how anything can be fun, even being held down by a wave or bickering endlessly, or watching others fall in love. I choose fun.
Shame seems like a word that is reserved for the abused, the discarded, criminals. But it's likely as common within us all as blood and water.
You don't have to ply me with chocolate and peanut butter to get this out of me: The secret, the real secret to love, is to love yourself. There is no other way.
At some point we have to admit it's time to come at love from a different angle. The Magician uses a line to make a point, and I see the future of love.
Sure, it's got Happily Ever After written all over it, but I'm having too much fun staying right in the moment.