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Changing Our Dance and Learning to Love It

Most of us know someone who thrives on change.  They love to spice things up.  For them, the most maddening phrase is:  "but we've always done it this way."  The rest of us find security in knowing what we know, doing what we do well and living within our comfort zone.  We recently found ourselves at a crossroads in our lives with our medical practice.  The writing on the wall said:  "Don't expect to see a change if you aren't willing to make one."
Recent posts

The Elephant in the Living Room

Sometimes you just have to come out and say it.There’s no point avoiding it.There’s an elephant in the living room.

Going to Bat for Your Spouse

"There's a bat in the house!"
John:Sometimes life presents unexpected opportunities for closeness.A few Sundays ago, a bat suddenly appeared, swooping and darting around the familyroom before settling into a hanging position above the fireplace.


"Expectation is the root of all heartache."- William Shakespeare  

We all enter marriage with "sex-pectations" - our ideas of what our sex life will be like.  When "we can't get enough of each other" gradually deteriorates to "not tonight," we find ourselves feeling disappointed, hurt, even un-loved. doesn't have to stay that way.

How's the View From Over There?

So far this year has provided lots of topics for discussion.As we talk about all sorts of issues in our world today, we recognize how opposite we can be.Man, do we approach issues differently!