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The Respect Dare
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Ready to quit your marriage?
Spouse walks in, sits down, doesn’t acknowledge your presence, ignores your greeting, starts scrolling on the phone. You’re standing there wondering, “Will it always be like this?”or worse, “Can this marriage even be saved?” Most people would want to lash out at that point. Who wouldn’t? You’ve been lonely for a long time, misunderstood, attacked. …
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Four Things You Need to Feel Loved in Your Marriage…
You want to feel loved in your marriage, right? Like more-than-anything-style, it’s the thing you want most, right? If you’re like most of the women we help, this is true for you, too. Yes, respect, but mostly love for us girls. And no, I’m not up for discussing the gender differences today. I AM going …
5 Steps to Putting the Brakes on Divorce…
Maybe you’re thinking about it. Maybe the dreaded, “D-word” has popped out of your mouth in a sentence. Maybe you find yourself thinking, “I can’t keep living like this. I need to get away from this pain.” Or… “I hate him/her.” Or even worse, “I feel nothing towards him/her anymore. Why am I even bothering?” …
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The Respect Dare for Parents
Recent Blog Posts
Teaching Our Kids To Date With Respect
I’ve been talking with lots of moms who have kids in the dating phase of life. And it is amazing the amount of emotional impact these relationships are having. Whether your kids are barely teenagers or are ready to move into their 20’s, the dating game has changed significantly over the past decade with the […]
Do Your Kids Skin Their Knees Enough?
I well remember when my kids were little. They would skin their knee and I would kiss their boo boo, give them a hug, and help wipe their tears away. These were tender moments of connection letting my child know that I would always be there for them when things hurt. And then they’d go […]
Got Mom Guilt?
Just the other day a couple of us were laughing and shaking our heads “yes” as a mom shared that she was having detailed dreams of things that had happened with her kids for which she felt guilty. She shared how she texted her college-age student one evening when she thought of something she had […]