Category Archives: Counseling

I’m Angry at My Anger

On Friday, after a long day at work, I barely opened the door when an awful smell filled my senses. I wanted to think my assumption was false, but as I approached the bedroom door, I knew it wasn’t. With my … Continue reading

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The Husband Speaks on Leadership

In my previous post I mentioned wanting Casey to share some insights from his perspective. I’ve been trying to get him to blog from his perspective for a while and finally he found just the right topic. Enjoy! And make … Continue reading

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A Shared Journal for a Shared Journey

My heart is overflowing with joy tonight. Casey and I were walking through another chapter of Hold Me Tight in marriage class and were extremely stuck when trying to work our way through the holding hands in Chicago disagreement. Unable … Continue reading

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Sitting in a Funk

In marriage there are ebbs and flows, up and downs. It can be very confusing and frustrating. Casey and I have been in what he likes to call “a funk” for the last couple of weeks. We just keep missing … Continue reading

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Marriage Class Causes Fights

I told you all before that Casey and I have moved out of individual marriage counseling and into ‘group therapy’ or I guess you could just call is a marriage class. This class requires us to complete homework each week. … Continue reading

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Marriage Class: Applying what we’ve learned

So Casey and I officially graduated from counseling a couple weeks ago. I guess it’s not really graduation since we will definitely be going back, but only as needed. In the meantime, to make sure that we continue building emotional … Continue reading

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Michael Hyatt Gets Transparent About Marriage Dispute

A Twitter friend recently shared a blog post with me that he thought I would enjoy. He was right. Michael Hyatt is the chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishing, a social media guru and leadership evangelist. He revealed on his blog … Continue reading

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