Trouble finding words to name feelings? Improve your relationship with your spouse with this free tool for naming emotions. Help your kids voice their feelings and improve their EQ. Continue reading Naming Emotions for Spouses and Kids
How can you connect (rather than fight) with your spouse over difficult topics and build new neurological patterns in your brain related to relationship as well as healthier patterns in your relationship? How can you teach your kids to do the same? Find out here. Continue reading The Comfort Circle
Do you find yourself taking whatever junk other people throw at you to avoid being alone? If so, you might have the victim love style. Find out what the victim love style means, how it develops, and keys to growth. Continue reading The Victim Love Style
Do you feel like you need to control or be controlled? You can get control over that feeling and be more successful in your work and family life. Here’s how. Continue reading I’m a Controller. What Now?
Do you (or someone you love) dislike authority and hate it when people disrespect or interrupt you? Do you see those you care about acting weak and fearful around you? Perhaps your love style has something to do with it.. Continue reading The Controller Love Style
Do you feel like no one has ever really understood you, and that everyone you care about lets you down? Perhaps you are a vacillator. Find out more. Continue reading The Vacillator Love Style
If you have the imprint of a pleaser love style, you aren’t doomed to a life of perpetual over-commitment and of one-sided relationships. You can become a secure connector. Here are some steps in that direction. Continue reading I’m a Pleaser, What Now?
Much of marriage is about being a team and loving and comforting one another through the joys and trials of life. So, what do you do when your spouse doesn’t give and receive comfort and affection well? Continue reading Help! I’m Married to an Avoider
If you have an avoider love style, how can you raise integrated, whole-hearted children? What do you need to keep in mind as you parent? Continue reading Transformational Parenting for the Avoider
Are you independent and self-reliant, preferring not to talk about emotions? Perhaps you are an avoider love style. Find out why this might be wreaking havoc on your relationships. Continue reading The Avoider Love Style
Ask yourself the following question, “Can you recall being comforted as a child after a time of emotional distress? How you answer that question could reveal a lot about your love style even today. Continue reading First Lessons in Love
You’re headed to dinner at a house you’ve never been to before, and you just can’t seem to find it. It’s not on the GPS, and you seem to be driving in circles. Only, you aren’t driving, he is. You’re already late and He won’t stop for directions. Before you get too frustrated, take a look at what is really going on here. Continue reading Why Won’t He Ask for Directions?
“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us” -Tozer, A.W. The Question Still Haunts Me I was sitting in the second row, listening to my favorite professor at Bible college, Dr. … Continue reading The Most Important Fact About Us