Let your tongue speak what your heart thinks.
~ Davy Crockett
It can be hard to say what you really mean in a conversation. Sometimes it’s hard because you struggle to find the right words.
Sometimes it’s hard because something within you holds you back from simply saying what you really mean. Continue reading
Dr. D. A. Graham is an expert on relationships and how to make them and keep them strong and healthy by resolving the inevitable conflicts through clear communications.
With Valentine’s Day looming, romance is in the air. While I like a bouquet of roses as much as the next person, the pop-culture view of an ideal relationship is usually unrealistic and can lead to disappointment.
The secret to successful, long-lasting relationships isn’t flowers, it’s how well you fight.
The real secret to successful, long-lasting relationships may have less to do with flowers and more to do with how well you fight.
A few marriages are made in heaven and live there for years without interruption. Most marriages vacillate between beautiful high vistas and smelly dank sewers.
If you’re caught in a bad relationship but don’t want to leave and don’t want to divorce, there is a third option. That option is to change the relationship. Use the courage you have to stay to fuel the steps you need to take to change the relationship.
And then there are the marriages are that have become a living hell for one spouse, and any children.
I’m talking about a marriage where one spouse is engaged in destructive, addictive, behavior.