I have, for a lot of my life, suffered from a victim complex -- you know the one, where everything in your life is someone else's fault. It is only now, a good six years after my second divorce that I am starting to see how I was no treat to live with.
I've never been one to make New Year's Resolutions. The word 'resolution' just feels like it's meant to be broken, and what's the point of setting yourself up for failure?
The key to sustainable personal change is to learn how to debug autopilot routines so that they support, not thwart, your self-improvement goals. Follow the four step debugging process below to nail lasting self-improvement in 2015:
If you've been following me on Instagram and Facebook (if you haven't, get your tush over!), you have probably seen me talk a lot about fierce love a...
All intimate couples fight. The way they resolve those battles will determine the outcome of their relationship. The greatest enemy to resolution is...
There's absolutely no reason for you to spend another year without the love you long for. Resolve to settle for no less -- and to recommit every single day.
After falling for my own trick over and over, I finally saw it as what it was. I see that if I wait until everything is perfect to experience celebration and joy, I'd have a better chance sleeping in a mountain cave hoping to be kissed by a prince.
As the New Year approaches, this is a time to reflect on our lives and be resolute about changing things that are not working for us. While there is much that is out of our control, there are many adjustments we can make to feel healthier and happier.
When breakups happen, we have the tendency to go into a mode where we obsess over all of our mistakes and wish that we had done things differently.
Life is what happens when you're busy making (and breaking) New Year's resolutions -- with apologies to John Lennon. How would you like to make and k...
Lately I've been think a lot about faith and belief -- 'tis the season, and all that. I've been wondering if there's a difference between the two -- f...
As we all enjoy the holiday season, let's keep in mind what's most important in life. While I can't speak for other Baby Boomers, it's my guess that for the vast majority of us, family and friends are what count most.
How can moms help their daughters feel good about their bodies, especially at this time of year, when we are all bombarded with diet and weight loss ads?
So basically what you are saying is that -- after 16 years of marriage -- you think the best gift to give me are two pillows and a sheet?
I'm committing to three things in 2015 to become a better lover, partner and husband to my wife: active appreciation, taking responsibility, and telling the truth. I didn't always do these things, but I've discovered a direct correlation to better sex, fun and closeness in our relationship.
I had always promised myself the next time I had to face heartbreak, I would get closure so that moving on would be easier (like it ever is). This time, even though I got my closure, moving on is still difficult as ever.