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Category: Relationship Management

It's a sad, sad day when divorce bails out the economy as people crumble under the pressure of hurts, pains, and inflicted marital suffering instead of doing the right thing and figuring out where "I" went wrong instead of where "you" went wrong.
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Category: Business

If you’re a veteran, female veteran or military retiree and you own a business or you’re considering starting a business, you should consider attending the Veterans’ Entrepreneur Conference on February 14-16, 2014 in sunny Ft. Walton Beach Florida.
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Category: Relationship Management

Over the last few weeks I've had several conversations with wives that expressed frustration with their husbands who are all over the place emotionally.
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Category: Relationship Management

Are you tired of just existing in your marriage? Do you want more? Does your business affect your marriage or is your marriage affecting your business?
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Category: Relationship Management

Every day across the country entrepreneurs come home exhausted, frustrated, and yet excited about the new day coming, only to find a note or divorce papers from an equally frustrated spouse who has had enough.
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Category: Business

If you want to have a successful business you have to figure out how to have a business that is going to solve problems that are in demand in the marketplace; how do you niche to find those problems; and how much are you willing to just listen, sit back, observe, and find the problems that are out there that you have the expertise to help find a solution that meet people's needs?
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Category: Personal Development

Have you ever thought to yourself; where did that come from? You're talking with your spouse and out of no where there is a misunderstanding, fight, or hurt feelings.
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Category: Relationship Management

So your marriage sucks! You’ve been at it a while and it just isn’t working. You think you are doing your part, but your spouse just isn’t doing theirs. Kind of like Hillary Duff and Mike Comrie’s recent revelation that; “the spark just isn’t there anymore.” Why? What happened? How in such a short period of time how did we get here?
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Category: Relationship Management

Has a lack of sex damaged your marriage? Is the physical intimacy missing? Do you have a sexless marriage? Has the lack of physical intimacy been replaced with a lack of emotional intimacy and support?
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Category: Relationship Management

Past experiences can haunt you when issues with a spouse go unresolved. Forgiveness and grace is critical for a happy marriage. No one has been perfect or made all the right decisions (either knowingly or unknowingly), not even you.
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Category: Relationship Management

One of the hardest transitions in life for a couple is when they become empty nesters, i.e. when their children grow up and leave the house for college, the military, or a job.
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Category: Relationship Management

We decide how great our marriages are or are not based on how we see ourselves, feel about ourselves, and talk to ourselves.
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Category: Relationship Management

The majority of people are experiencing stress. At work and in your business you are being forced to do more with less. At home, less is causing stress in addition to the backlog of painful issues that many have delayed dealing with and as a result it is causing family problems. Stress doesn't come from the facts. Stress comes from the meaning we give the facts.
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Category: Family Planning

A number of years ago, a couple I knew thought they had a great marriage until they were faced with the reality of being alone. You may have young kids or even teenagers right now and you aren’t thinking about life after the kids, but you should!
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Category: Entreprenuer

Just this year, the government announced that there will be a significant drawdown of military personnel over the next five years. With an economy that has just been holding steady for the last few years, which means jobs will hard to come by for those leaving the service both voluntarily and involuntarily.
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