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...?

Sexpectation issues…

Sexpectation issues…

Is your spouse currently meeting your sexual needs, and do you believe that you are meeting theirs? Have you had a conversation about this to confirm that both of you are content with the way your sex life is right now? I thought I may as well jump straight in for this one, as our sexpectations (sexual expectations) can make or break, or even just put a huge strain on our sexual connection within marriage...

That dress makes you look older…

That dress makes you look older…

There's a reason why the stereotype of the husband sleeping on the couch is a humorous depiction of married life - especially when you experience these foot-all-the-way-down-the-throat moments! Be honest, you winced slightly when you first read the title of this post; either from the thought of hearing those words from your husband (and what you might do to him!) or from the thought of saying those words to your wife (and what she might do to you!)...

What if they find out we’re unhappy?

What if they find out we’re unhappy?

Masks... We don't like when others wear them, but we're no stranger to wearing them either! You could be having the worst day, but you've mastered the art of being able to keep the world from knowing it. After all, you learned to keep your feelings to yourself and never learned how to ask for help. It is due to issues like these that we fall into the destructive pattern of suffering in silence...

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...