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Stop Nagging. Start Helping.

Every relationship comes with different responsibilities. Some married couples clearly define what each of them will be doing. Maybe a deal is made where one of them will be the “breadwinner” while the other handles the children and household tasks. Or they have a literal list detailing what each of them will be doing – […]

Marriage Coach: What I Learned on My Recent Vacation (Part 2)

Last week, I began to discuss a few things I learned on my recent vacation to Mont Tremblant, Quebec with my husband. Taking a vacation with your spouse is a great way to reconnect and have some fun together! But it also allows you time to observe and reflect on your marriage and your relationship […]

Marriage Advice: What I Learned on My Recent Vacation (Part 1)

As a marriage, divorce, and relationship coach, I naturally do a lot of introspection in my own marriage. I love to pick up on things that work between my husband and I and pass on marriage advice and what I learn from my own personal experiences to others. Recently, my husband and I took a […]

The Key to Saving a Marriage: Perseverance

When you get married, however, you make a promise to love your spouse for better or for worse, through both the highs and the lows, the good and the bad. The good times are easy to get through. Enjoy them. Treasure them. Hold on to them. Because you may need to remind yourself of the […]

Seal Your Exits Save Your Marriage

Why You Need to Seal Your Exits to Save Your Marriage

When you get married, you promise to devote yourself to both your spouse and your marriage. But for some couples, the longer you’ve been married, the easier it is to forget why you said your vows in the first place. Often, couples start to struggle because they stop focusing on each other and put their […]

Marital Advice: Share Appreciations and Admirations

When you’ve been in a relationship or marriage for a long time, it’s easy to take your partner for granted. Not that you want to take them for granted, but it just happens. We get into a routine. We get comfortable. And because of this we don’t tell our partner how much we love, value, […]

Marriage Advice: Say My Name

A person’s name is the most important word in the world to them. It connects you to your identity. You could be in a chaotic crowd, but if someone were to say your name, even from a distance, you would turn your head toward the familiar sound – even if they weren’t talking to you! […]

“Putting Kids First” Press Release

As you already know, the book I co-authored – Putting Kids First in Divorce: How to Reduce Conflict, Preserve Relationships & Protect Your Children During and After Divorce – is now available on Amazon and reached official Amazon best-selling status. The book was a best seller on the first day of release in 6 different […]

Podcast Episode on Divorce Buddy: Can You Save Your Marriage?

Podcasting is the new radio. And I’m excited to announce that I am featured in the first episode of the Kids First! podcast for Putting Kids First in Divorce, the book I recently co-authored. In my podcast episode, “Can You Save Your Marriage?” I discuss my book chapter “How to Work on Your Marriage When […]

Marriage Troubles: Diagnosing a Spouse

More often than not, upon an initial consultation with a client, I hear some of the following remarks: My spouse has OCD. My spouse has ADD. My spouse is manic-depressive. My spouse is bipolar. And the list goes on and on. When I first began working with couples, the husband and the wife would each […]