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Protect And Defend The One You Love

It was such a great visit! Meeting Trevor’s mom for the first time went well. Ashlee and Trevor left his mom’s house with the seal of approval and hope for a future…until the phone rang. Trevor’s mom could easily be heard screaming through the back of Trevor’s Smartphone as he tensed up under the attack. Ashlee sat listening with tears filling her eyes as Trevor’s mom demanded that he break …Read More

3 Gift Ideas With Guaranteed Meaning – Part VI

So many gifts to choose from but which ones will make a real difference to the giver and receiver? It’s easy to get overwhelmed with the materialism and the pressure of buying Christmas presents. Finding the perfect gift is often replaced by the need to find ANY gift! With only a few days to go, these tips can help you make Christmas even more special with a personalized touch with …Read More

3 Ways To Make Real Time Not Fake Time – Part V

Quality time seems to be a fading love language. As our lives get busier and busier, the quality of time we spend with loved ones diminishes. Distracted by work demands, the “to-do” list, and technology, we are crushing the value of the time we spend with loved ones. It can be almost meaningless. The two words in “Quality Time” are equally important. One without the other has very little impact …Read More

Don’t Bring Me Flowers! Fix The Toilet! – Part IV

“Acts of service” is the love language that probably takes the most effort. When you are in a relationship with someone who naturally is wired to express love with an act of service, it comes very easily for him or her. The friend who jumps up from the dinner table and helps with dishes. The brother who shovels your driveway before you get home from work. The spouse who makes your …Read More

3 Ways To Speak Words Of Love – Part II

Words in the form of genuine compliments, encouragement, praise or acknowledgement can make a world of difference in how love is expressed and received a relationship between two people. Likewise, words that tear down, berate, dismiss or cause doubt will obviously not have a positive effect and can even be hurtful or damaging. The brain has a way of taking inputs and turning them into beliefs. So, as an example, …Read More

3 Dating Tune-up Tips You Need To Move Forward

“Ugh. Worse than I expected. Again. Sure glad we caught this before it became a bigger problem.” These sobering words could be spoken by a car owner or… someone in a dating relationship. Cars come with a service schedule to remind us to check the condition of our precious vehicle to make sure it is running smoothly. How nice would it be to have routine maintenance on our dating relationships …Read More

My Car and My Date – Better Than Nothing

Consider your date; have you settled? My daughter drives a 2000 Honda civic. It’s a good, reliable car that gets her where she needs to go. She doesn’t take very good care of it because, well, she’s just not that crazy about her car and it shows. If you ask her how she likes her car, she will respond, “It’s better than nothing.” Change is hard and like they say, …Read More

Dating Excuses Vs. Accountability

What is the difference between accountability and an excuse? A guy returns to his parked BMW to find the headlights were broken and considerable damage to the front end. There’s no sign of the car that hit him, but he’s relieved to see that there’s a note stuck under the windshield wiper. “Sorry. I just backed into your Beemer. The witnesses who saw the accident are smiling at me right …Read More