Marriage can be so confusing. I know that is a simple statement, but really give it some thought. If you’re married, you should know exactly what I mean; and, if you’re not married but have been in a relationship, it’s not so different. I am talking about the mystery of “how did we get here”
As the saying goes, ladies first, but now it’s our turn to soak up the wisdom from some of the happiest married men I know. I would love to tell you that the day the women had brunch and exchanged marriage advice (read Marriage Advice to the Ladies here) that the guys met and did
Last week all the women in my family had a meal together for the first time. I mean we’ve had meals together before but it was the first time we were all alone, no men, no kids, just peace and food! Amazing. We all got together to celebrate my cousin and her engagement. So my
I’ve been inspired by a couple conversations that I’ve had recently about the subject of people making changes in a relationship. The first conversation was with one of my closest friends, whose relationship had just ended because her boyfriend basically felt that if she didn’t want him “as is” then there was no point in continuing their relationship.
I was deployed for a year when I came home my wife had 2 women living with her. They were sharing the same bed. When I returned she was emotionally connected with these 2 ladies. I have been home 11 months and my wife moved into the spare room and the ladies moved out, but my wife goes to