Tag Archives: marriage

I Never Loved You – How to Respond When Your Spouse Says This Hurtful Phrase

“I Never  Loved You.” If your spouse has said this to you, I’m sorry.  It is incredibly painful to hear.  At one point I said this in my own marriage, and my husband still remembers how it made him feel all these years later.  Those words devastated him.  He just couldn’t wrap his brain around them.  […]

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15 Date Night Questions to Ask Your Spouse

Finally!  You can pat yourself on the back because you actually planned a date night with your spouse.   You know it is one of those things you should do to keep the home fires burning, but life keeps getting in the way.   But what you are going to talk about for 90 minutes […]

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Abusive Behavior – Men Who Rage, Women Who Love Them – Part 2 of 2

(Read Part 1 Here) Are you the husband who rages at his wife?   Do you yell and fly off the handle when you are stressed?   Do you curse at your family and call them names? If you are, I’m worried about you, because I can see the future.   Years of working with […]

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Verbal Abuse,  Part 1 of 2 – Men Who Rage and The Women Who Love Them

Verbal Abuse – I see it a lot. I’ve been seeing a lot of clients lately who are married to men who are funny, witty, charming and loving….most of the time. But these men also have a darker side.   They can be threatening and intimidating.  They can fly off the handle and say hurtful, […]

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FAQ: “Why Is Marriage So Hard?”

Today we’re answering one of the most frequently asked questions: “Why Is Marriage So Hard?” If you think marriage is easy, you may not be doing it right. Falling in love. Committing to a lifetime together. Sex.  Kids.  Bills.  Vacations.  Yard work.  Sickness.  Inlaws.  Outlaws.   It’s all part of this thing we call marriage. […]

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