Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space lies our freedom and power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom.
I recently read an article in which the author wrote, "I don't know what makes a good marriage." It was an advice piece on marriage.
That we come out of primary, secondary, and post-secondary education with no instruction in how to succeed at marriage is strange, isn't it? Is this negligence, or is it that we have no commonly accepted and dependable wisdom about what makes a good marriage? Read more »
With so many of my clients talking about their Lenten disciplines this year, I recently found myself thinking about what I might give up or add to my routine to honor the season. This mental conversation sounded sort of familiar, then I remembered the piece I wrote for PC&CC's January Soul Matters newsletter on New Year's resolutions. The basic gist was that instead of fixating on what we need to cut out or ramp up in our daily habits, perhaps we would all be more successful if we resolved to be more connected to those around us. Read more »
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Have you found the marriage you once had is now painful and confusing? You are not alone. Being in an intimate, committed relationship is one the hardest things any of us will ever do.
Relationships become complicated and strained. Here in Washington DC, couples face the pressures of a busy life style, large city living, and other events that can bring out a couple's differences. Read more »