Back to how we used to be…

Back to how we used to be…

I remember how just seeing your smile would fill me with butterflies, and every time you saw me your eyes lit up like stars! What happened to those two people who were so wrapped up in each other's company? What happened to those two people who were CERTAIN that this must be love? What happened to us...?

A marriage needs sexual attraction

A marriage needs sexual attraction

Am I sexually attracted to you? Am I sexually attractive to you? Whether you find yourself asking either question, or both, there is nothing wrong with having these thoughts whether you are married or not. The key is what you do with these thoughts, and how they go on to impact your actions (or lack of!)...

How to be vulnerable

How to be vulnerable

Vulnerability... it is both something that many of us are fearful of, while also being something that is crucial to our overall wellbeing. While listening to a TED Talk by vulnerability researcher and story teller, Brené Brown, it's easy to understand why this particular talk has attracted over 50 million views since it was shared 10 years ago...

You should know what I need

You should know what I need

If there is anything I have learned from my marriage so far, it is that affirmation is key. You may be one of those people who have fallen into that all too common trap in your marriage where you expect your spouse to just know that you love them. After all, you still come home to them every night, right? But even housemates who don't have a close relationship with each other can return home to the same building each day...

5 ways to love your in-laws

5 ways to love your in-laws

"You must have a lot of patience" responded my friend when I shared that myself, my husband and our baby daughter had moved in with my in-laws. I don't know if it's the perception that society has created, or a whole lot of negative experiences encountered by married couples, but in-laws don't have the best reputation...