Archive for May 2006

Understanding Your Symbolism

Tuesday, May 30th, 2006

Things went a little less than perfect for my friend after returning home from dinner the other night. After what had been a nice night out with friends he returned home and had an argument over an impulse purchase of a treat for their cat. At first glance it seemed like a really silly thing […]

All About Attitude

Friday, May 26th, 2006

It’s one of those strange things. You can get two people to look at a picture and you can get two very different descriptions of what is in them. In fact, it is quite amazing how we let our circumstances and moods influence the way we see the world. This was particularly true last weekend […]

Feeling The Feelings

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

It’s one of those weird things that society or parents condition into us to believe. Feelings. Anger Sadness Hurt Frustration Lust Love Happiness All of these emotions are considered to be a description of the different emotional states that we are in from time to time as we navigate our way through our daily lives […]

Looking For The Ambulance At The Bottom Of The Cliff

Thursday, May 18th, 2006

Some days I get frustrated. Part of my job at SaveMyMarriageToday.com involves answering submissions from customers with marital problems that they need extra advice with. Some people need an alternative perspective on the issues surrounding their marriage crisis, while others simply need a little push. I get a few with issues so numerous and intertwined, […]

Infidelity… A Sign Of Our Times?

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Yesterday I spent some time counseling a couple who are working their way through some pretty heavy issues. Infidelity was the main cause, and for this couple, it seemed touch-and-go if they were going to stay together. Up until the time the affair was exposed, the marriage had been going really well, and there was […]

Nesting

Wednesday, May 10th, 2006

Today is a really cold day. I’m rugged up against the cold wearing a shirt, blazer, and a scarf, the kind of "eurotrash" look that Jude Law pioneered in the movie "Alfie". Some of my work colleagues looked at me as I walked into the office this morning and remarked that I looked nice and […]