“I Do” Need to Talk

“I Do” Need to Talk

My wife Jane and I were on a walk together when we began discussing our plans for the day, and it didn’t take long for the two of us to figure out that not only were our plans different from each other, they were also at odds. As we got further into the conversation,...
Hard Hearts

Hard Hearts

A doctor might describe the anatomy of the heart as a hollow, pump-like organ of blood circulation, made up of mainly smooth muscle and consisting of four chambers. Although that is important to know if you are having physical problems related to your heart, it is not...
Every Day Is an Opportunity

Every Day Is an Opportunity

As we celebrate Valentine’s Day, hopefully everyone in a romantic relationship takes the time to celebrate with their partner. But what I want to focus on in this article is the importance of celebrating our loved ones on non-holidays too. You don’t have to do it in...
Forgive, but Don’t Forget

Forgive, but Don’t Forget

Nobody is perfect. We know this is true, yet we still expect people to act in ways that are close to perfect, including our family members. When your spouse does something that hurts or disappoints you, then apologizes for it, you assume they’ll never do something...
Finding “Your Thing”

Finding “Your Thing”

If you’re an active person, then you’ve probably picked up a paddle and tried pickleball sometime within the last few years. Jane and I first started playing together a few years ago when it started to gain popularity in our area. That popularity just keeps on...