If you have been in a relationship for a while, chances are good that you have developed some not-so-helpful ways of communicating. Many times, after you’ve done something to hurt or offend a loved one, you add insult to injury with either no apology or a poor one.
In this Holy season, as we fast, pray, and give alms, let’s step up our prayers for peace and for discernment of truth.
When we think about the cost of clutter, we often think about how much we have spent on the things around us that we no longer want or need.
Welcome to February—the month we traditionally celebrate love and relationships. It’s a beautiful sentiment to refocus on love and commitment.
Taking back control in small ways…beginning as a trickle, can lead to a tsunami. Learn ways to reclaim your freedom as the new year begins.
What if you could exercise loving curiosity to strengthen your marriage? Catholic psychotherapist, Dana Nygaard, has written an engaging book that is a marriage must-have as it guides Catholic couples through loving and captivating conversations.
Many Catholics who are seriously trying to live a faithful Catholic life will many times know they need to make important changes in their lives, but don’t always know where to begin to effect that change.
Change. It’s clearly the one thing that is constant. It’s easy to get blown away by the winds of change, especially when they come at us fast and furious as they have lately.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC answers the question, “Is devotion to Mary essential to our faith as Christians and Catholics?”
What is one thing that people have struggled with for centuries? What causes the most conflict in people’s relationships today? I propose it is a misfire of communication.