Relationships

The Fading Friendships of Motherhood

What happens when you’re the first of your group of friends to get married and have a baby? Can your friendships survive as they were before, or do they need to evolve? Elizabeth of My Baby’s Heartbeat Bear that answers those questions beautifully in her guest piece, The Fading Friendships of Motherhood. Enjoy! Related-> 5 Things They …

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Summer Date Night Ideas for couples

Summer Date Night Ideas for Couples

Now that the kids are out of school and you don’t have to worry about scheduling around homework, after-school activities and bedtimes, it’s time to plan some summer date night ideas! Summer is probably the most romantic season. I mean, look how many movies there are dedicated to summer romances, how many romance novels feature …

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Book Review: Happily married with kids

Today on our 3rd anniversary, I reviewed a great book. Happily Married With Kids: It’s Not a Fairy Tale, by Carol Ummel Lindquist, Ph.D. My Book Review It’s a very poingant “self-help†type of book. It’s all about how to better your relationship with your spouse or S/O (significant other) despite having children. As much as …

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The Power of Kindness

The power of kindness of great. Parents need to show their children by example and verbally that kindness comes in the form of respect for all people despite any differences they may have.

Who Have You Helped Today?

Who can you help today. You don’t need to be rich. All of us can show compassion and kindness to someone in need during this economic downturn.

My daily balance

To be able to create some balance in my life, I started by defining my priorities. I’m sure it’s not the first time you heard that, just give it a shot, it works. You don’t need to do it by writing, use the method that you feel comfortable with. The only purpose of doing it …

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Job stress management. Do you have the right to transfer your stress to your kids and family?

I will go straight to the point, the answer is No. Your kids shouldn’t feel your stress. They can’t understand your problems and you can’t explain them the situation. All what they will see is that their Dad/Mom is not loving them as much as usual. The first person they will blame is themselves, because they …

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