It hurts me to see and hear couples be highly critical, complaining, demeaning and demanding of each other. The husband feels like he can never please his wife no matter what he does because of her constant nagging.Read more
Have you ever been out in public and caught in the crossfire of a couple’s argument? They throw insults, hurle grenades of negativity and treat each other with contempt.Read more
Gary Chapman is the author of the infamous book The Five Love Languages. He explains that each individual has a primary language that deeply speaks love to the heart. These include quality time, physical touch, acts of service, words of affirmation and gifts. “Discovering each other’s language and speaking it regularly is the best way to keep love alive in a marriage (or any relationship” Gary explains.
Dr. Lerner said in a recent New York Times article that “I’m sorry” are the two most healing words in the English language. These two words can be difficult to say but soothing to hear. Apologies require courage, humility and maturity.
Today I am going to share five different ways to say “I’m sorry”.Read more