Tag Archive: Relationships

Social Media vs. Family Time

Contributed by Eva Fleming If we’re not careful, we may allow time spent on social media, electronic games, and TV to take away from family time. That’s why it’s so important to intentionally develop… Continue reading

Talk to your teens about sex

Contributed by Sarah Pichardo Ok. I already know you’re asking yourselves, why is a single, childless person writing about this? The answer is simple. I just had to. No, seriously. I was at… Continue reading

Thou Shall Irritate Your Spouse

Contributed by Alicia La Hoz, PsyD Do you wake up in morning purposely thinking how you can irritate your spouse by doing, or not doing, something that irritates him or her? Leaving the… Continue reading

How to Help Build Relationships in the Home

Contributed by Eva Fleming Building relationships in the home can be difficult. Home is the place where you cannot camouflage your moral and personal failures. On the contrary, it is the place where… Continue reading

Listen With Your Heart

Contributed by Omaira Gonzalez I remember a time when my daughter and I were getting ready to attend a women’s conference. She had been asked to perform a dance that day. As we… Continue reading

Husbands, learn to say “Yes Honey” and renew the romance in your relationship

Contributed by Alicia La Hoz, PsyD One of the recurring complaints that I hear from men about their wives is that they nag them to the point where they feel like they’re one… Continue reading

10 Love Challenges

Contributed by Sarah Pichardo I’m from a family of six girls. As you can imagine, getting a word in can be a little difficult, especially since all six of us are pretty opinionated.… Continue reading

Hold on to Love

Contributed by Eva Fleming Children are full of hope. Every day I hear mine talk about how great their future houses, families, and careers will be. In turn, I kindle their hope by… Continue reading

The Promises I WILL Keep This Year

Contributed by Jane June, PsyD I’ve always had mixed feelings around making New Year’s resolutions. Oftentimes, I set myself up by making resolutions that are impossible to sustain so they end up discarded… Continue reading

Change Your Old Script for a New One

Contributed by Dr. Alicia La Hoz Listen carefully to yourself and you will recognize a familiar script that seems to automatically roll off your tongue. Your spouse and children easily recognize this script.… Continue reading