There are times when Truth is important - When my students use verified geometric theorems to prove triangles congruent. When my husband tells me where he's going on a Tuesday night. When my doctor asks about my family history of cancer. And then there are times when Truth really doesn't matter. A person … Continue reading Diving for Pearls
I laughed it off at the time. My then-husband had recently become enamored with a particular style of Calvin Klein boxer briefs after years of mainly going commando. Since I was off school for spring break, I took on the task of tracking down several pairs for him so that he had enough to last … Continue reading Do You Suspect Your Partner is Cheating?
Have you reached the conclusion that your marriage is over yet you are still questioning your decision? Are you haunted by the thought that maybe you didn't try hard enough to save your marriage and that you were too hasty in pronouncing it dead? Are you experiencing guilt surrounding your decision to divorce, especially as … Continue reading Are You Wondering if You Tried Hard Enough to Save Your Marriage?
In most discussions of the common relationship killers, the usual suspects are named: infidelity, finances, addiction, abuse, changes in external demands, or a growing distance between the partners. Yet, there is a silent relationship killer that often lurks underneath those commonly listed reasons and is a contributing factors to many reasons cited for a relationship's … Continue reading Shame: The Silent Relationship Killer