Starting Over: How to Know When You’re Ready to Begin a New Relationship


3 ways to slow down and enjoy your life

We were vacationing in Washington, D.C. I didn’t have the energy to walk for than a hundred yards before I had to sit down. Later that evening in a cold sweat, I was taken to Georgetown [...]


Holiday Relationship Survival Guide on Self-Care

The All About We Podcast has a gift for you! It is called a Holiday Relationship Survival Guide, 12 topics in 12 days heading up to Christmas. These mini-podcasts address topics that are often [...]


How to Own Your Stuff Without Beating Yourself Up

Do you find it difficult to relax? You work from sunrise to moonlight, exhausted as you collapse in bed, yet finding it difficult to sleep because you are worried about how to tackle [...]


How to keep your me when it becomes we

Have you ever felt like this person? She feels overwhelmed and somewhat disconnected from herself. In a brief moment to ponder she asks, What happened to me when it became we?” This happens [...]


Out of a Rut and Into a Routine

Now It’s Your Turn Are you in a rut or a routine when it comes to physical fitness?  If you’re in a rut, what do you plan to do to get out of it? If you are in a routine, tell us what [...]


Make Sure You Get Your Personal Time

Last week I wrote about “How to Keep Your Relationship a Priority”.  I addressed the importance of “we time” as a way of giving your relationship time on the front burner. [...]


How to Make the Best of Now

If Only I Had a DeLorean! On several occasions this past week while I was seeing clients in counseling, I kept thinking, “If only they had a DeLorean!”  You remember the famed car from the “Back [...]


How to Know When You’re Failing In The Right Direction

I surprised my wife Marian this weekend with an overnight at the Herrington Inn, a lovely hotel on the Fox River in Geneva, Illinois.  It was a nice break after feeling cooped-up during the [...]


How to Forgive People From a Distance

  Often I am asked the question, “How do I resolve feelings of anger and hurt from a person who wronged me and is unwilling to repair the offense?” In some cases, the offender is [...]

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