Keeping Your Romance Alive After Kids

When you’re a couple with no kids, having a thriving romance is easy. You can be spontaneous and do anything anytime – within the constraints of jobs and finances, of course. But post-kids? Keeping your romance alive after kids is a bit more complicated. Whether you’re a couple who has kids together, or a couple Keep Reading

Acceptance and Change in Relationships

Relationships are about a lot of things: love, companionship, friendship, intimacy. When you ask a group of people for relationship advice, you’ll usually get as many different answers as there are people in that group. Often, that advice ends up contradicting itself. One person will say one thing, and another will say the exact opposite. Keep Reading

Relationships 101: Do You Know What You Really Want?

Successful, happy relationships require that both people know and understand what they want out of the relationship. Without that knowledge, you run the risk of being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t want the same thing you do, a relationship that stagnates and goes nowhere, or one in which both partners are trying to Keep Reading

Guess What? I Did Some Things!

I’ve been working on some things in the background, and hadn’t talked about them publicly because I didn’t know what I would do, if anything, with them. But now that I’m done and I’ve figured out what I want to do with them, I’m super excited to share what I’ve done. I’m a life coach Keep Reading

Self-Care During a Breakup or Divorce

Self-care is always important, but when you’re going through a breakup or divorce, it might be even more critical. Life is hard enough, and the emotional stress and turmoil of a breakup just makes it worse.Self-care won’t make it all better, but it will help if it’s done correctly. Self-care during a breakup or divorce Keep Reading

Bridging Two Worlds: When To Bring the Kids and the New Partner Together

One of the biggest questions single parents have when it comes to dating is, when do I introduce the kids to my new partner? It’s not an easy question to answer, and everyone will have a different opinion. I introduced my kids to my current partner a little more than two months after we started Keep Reading

Want Better Relationships? Try Dating Yourself!

I was friends with my boyfriend for eight years before we started dating. During that eight years, I was in a relationship for the first year and a half. The other six and a half? I was single and not dating. Well, that’s not totally true. I dated myself. Dating yourself might sound really weird Keep Reading

Self-Esteem: 3 Tips to Improve Yours

Until I hit high school, I was a very confident girl. Then we moved, and I started at a new high school. I didn’t know anyone, and everyone else already knew other kids. I did eventually make friends, some of whom are still good friends today, but I also found myself being bullied by kids Keep Reading