Monthly Archives: January 2014

An Affair as an Act of Self-Betrayal

Kenneth is totally devastated since the affair. Have you betrayed yourself by cheating?

He’s so distraught that he can’t sleep, can’t eat. He’s lost twenty pounds and is still losing weight, and Ken has missed so many days of work that he is in danger of losing his job. Kenneth is depressed; he’s lethargic; he’s anxious… In short, he’s an emotional mess. It’s been almost a year since the affair that almost ended his marriage and he is still unable to find forgiveness in his heart for the betrayal that changed his world.

You might be surprised to learn that Kenneth is the one who cheated and had a two-month affair, not his wife Melissa. Since the affair, Ken is emotionally stuck and cannot forgive himself, while Melissa, though emotionally rocked and heartbroken by her husband’s infidelity, is much further along in her healing journey and her journey toward forgiveness. Continue Reading

The Difference Between Lust, Love and Infatuation

It’s not easy to define our feelings for others — especially romantic feelings, which can leave one in a haze! I really liked this blog from our guest contributor Janet Ong Zimmerman, who discusses the differences between lust and the real thing. Enjoy! In real life, here is the more common scenario: Guy meets girl,… Continue Reading

Partner Lost a Job? Six Things You Should Do Right Now

Today’s post is an important one for all of us to read. Don Ceaser writes about strategies for careers and small business, money management, and lifestyle. Here, he shares crucial information about what steps to take if your partner loses his or her job. If your partner recently lost a job, you don’t want to sit around… Continue Reading

The Most Important Questions You Can Ask

One of our favorite guest bloggers, Barbara Waxman, returns with words of wisdom for the new year. I love the fact that I am seeing a common theme here — to ditch superficial resolutions and think bigger! Have you noticed that conversations are beginning to take on that familiar new year cadence? Friends, family and colleagues are… Continue Reading