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Social Media and Marriage: 5 rules to keep your relationship safe

In modern society social media has become an inescapable part of life. From keeping up with high school and college classmates, to networking professional most adults have a Facebook or Twitter account. In October of 2012, Facebook had over 1 billion active accounts users.  With the development of social media comes complexity in romantic relationships; should couples share an account? Should...
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10 Free ways to make the world a better place

There are many people that want to improve the world, but don’t have the extra cash to donate to charity or have a hard time deciding what cause is most worthy. If you want to help make this world a better place, without spending a dime, here are 10 easy ways. 1.)  Clean up a mess that you didn’t make and don’t even tell anybody. Whether this is picking up litter at a public place or...
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The Great Success Hoax: Why Failing is Crucial

The Great Success Hoax: Why Failing is Crucial   A few weeks ago I had dinner with a close friend. She is a happily married stay at home mom. As we ate we talked about family, work and life balance. She’s been enjoying staying at home with her 3 year old son, but had a confession to make. She leaned across the table and whispered “…I’m terrified of going back to work. I have no idea...
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How to tell if your therapist is any good; 5 policies of good therapists

A few weeks ago I friend asked me for a referral for a therapist. I was happy to provide a few recommendations and it got me thinking. How can people tell if their therapist is any good? Every therapist is a little different. So here’s a overview of the 5 key factors that give a therapist the potential to be good. Have you ever been in counseling or therapy and been unsure if things are...
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5 Reasons not to be friends with your Ex

5 reasons not to be friends with your Ex “We can still be friends, right?”  I cringe when I hear people say this, even if it’s in a movie. When a romantic relationship ends, it needs to end. That’s why it’s called “breaking up”, not “working things out.” Here are five great reasons to stop talking to your ex. 1.)  It is awkward.   One day, not too long ago, you shared your...
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