Episode 065: Divorce-Proofing Your Marriage

By Help Person|May 2, 2018|Uncategorized|

Episode 065 Divorce-Proofing Your Marriage We’re back again! The Boyfriend is still not feeling well so they’re keeping a safe distance from everyone so you don’t get sick, too. This week the discussion is all about divorce-proofing your marriage. Leanne and The Boyfriend happened to purchase a copy of TIME The Science of Marriage, All About Attraction * What Keeps Love Strong * Making the Union Last. Their discussion is all about the article, 10 Ways to Make Your Marriage Divorce-Proof, by Samantha Bee and Jason Jones.     Our summary of Samantha and Jason’s ten tips: Agreeing on the household chores Imagine your partner as a small child No fighting in public Have a backbone! Procrastinate Sex. Do it. – Note – this discussion was edited out due to load traffic noises… Alone time Fight while walking, but not around your friends Share your routine Thoughtful gifts rather than appliances Leanne and The Boyfriend take a closer look at each of these tips and share what works for them in a relationship.  The Boyfriend mentioned that he goes to the grocery store and Leanne manages the laundry. This is because Leanne really hates going to the grocery store. She shares how grocery shopping stresses

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Episode 055: Thoughts from Mom-nonymous

By Help Person|February 21, 2018|Thoughts from Mom-nonymous, Uncategorized|

Episode 055: Real vs Reality Relationships with special guest Rhonda Richards-Smith  Your guest today is so exciting! Rhonda is a psychotherapist relationship expert –the top in the field of dating and relationships. Rhonda cautions us against asking relationship advice from friends and family who aren’t content with their own marriages or relationships. They many not the best source of help to for you. When it comes to finding the ideal mate, consider making yourself a list of who you feel would be best suited for you. Be clear and positive on this matter as it is about your future. Re-evaluate past your past relationship or marriage and admit what didn’t work. Reflect on why and what part you played in it’s failure. You might want to take a break from dating right away. Clear your mind and take notes on how to improve on yourself, and speak positively about yourself. Surround yourself with friends with positive qualities. As you date, be selective and confident. Don’t settle if you are not ready.. If you have doubts, move on and don’t let others predict your heartbreak. Rhonda, you give great advice on relationships and dating. After having listened to this podcast, I marvel how the times have changed. Your work has

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