Amazing Advice From a Divorced Man After 16 Years of Marriage

My advice after a divorce following 16 years of marriage, by Gerald Rogers. Obviously, I’m not a relationship expert. But there’s something about my divorce being finalized this week that gives me perspective of things I wish I would have done different… After losing a woman that I loved, and a marriage of almost 16 years, here’s the advice I wish I would have had 1. Never stop courting. Never stop dating. NEVER EVER take […] Read the Full Article »

Disappointed with your Mother’s Day? Women don’t get mad–they get what they want!

I was stunned, yet somehow found a bit of comfort in knowing women everywhere – as in global-everywhere were united on Mother’s Day in one giant pity party. I’ll admit, I was partying among the best party-throwers. About mid-day, my husband asked me if I was mad. I wasn’t angry as much as I was disappointed. I pride myself in my ability to channel my inner June Clever while holding up my fair share of […] Read the Full Article »

Lessons that MUST be Learned in Relationships

This is an adaption of a post shared by a friend on Facebook (author unknown). The original "copy" I read focused on single men and women, however, I saw the value as it applies to those who are married as well. Because I am female, the list addresses He/Me as such. Whether you are male or female, you can easily fit yourself into the appropriate places throughout this list. Additionally, my friend is seeking commentary […] Read the Full Article »

Life After Divorce When You Have Adult Children

While a divorce may seem like the end of the world to some people, it is actually the beginning of a whole new life. However, like any transition in life it is going to be stressful and a bit scary. The process is even more scary to go through when you have adult children. Evolving Your Family One of the challenges of moving on after a divorce when you have adult children is determining how […] Read the Full Article »

Vocalizing a Protective Hedge Around Your Marriage–Signs of a Great Leader

My mornings begin with a hot cup of coffee and a couple of articles pulled from my “favorite bloggers” file. This morning my selection included Michael Hyatt. Michael is the Chairman of a Christian publishing company. Michael takes time from his busy life to maintain a personal blog focusing on “intentional leadership.” I’ve been a huge fan of his style and philosophy. If you are going to lead well, you must be thoughtful and purposeful […] Read the Full Article »