I remember a marriage counselor once saying to me “if he wanted to call, he would call. And if he wanted to be with you, he would be with you”. That is reality. Sometimes holding onto the reality of any … Continue reading


When you hear the words, “I love you” for the first time in a new relationship, it's easy to interpret the words to actually mean that the person loves who YOU are, what you feel, your personal integrity and character…the … Continue reading


I am positive I understand the spiritual lesson of my Lent. Recently, I have acted in a very negative way toward people I've never even met. And to add insult to injury – my actions are now documented somewhere for … Continue reading


Trust is the foundation of all relationships. When a child's trust is betrayed, the wound goes very, very deep. Learning to trust again can be difficult. Our souls long for connectedness and if we can't learn to trust, we can't … Continue reading