Volunteer? Voluteer as a couple? Why in the world would anyone do that? No money in that? Good question, and you’ll gain a perspective in the video below. Carol and I volunteer in the range of 10 – 20 hours per week (individually or together). It is an incredibly valuable experience to support our community… Read more »
Tag: couples coaching in Alberta
“Fun in your relationship? What d’ya mean?” I thought that was an interesting response to my question during a coaching session. It is so important to keep some spice, spontaneity, and pizzazz alive – so it doesn’t get boring. It also makes it easier to focus on what’s strong; rather than what’s wrong. What are… Read more »
Does something miraculous happen when two people get married? Or is it the communication within the marriage that breeds success? Hmmm? We have two amazing sons, Jamie and Brad. They are incredibly intelligent, creative, kind, respectful, and accountable – leaders in their communities and in our world. Despite our parental foibles, we must have done… Read more »
In the past, Carol and I planned, organized, and facilitated weekend workshops for couples. The expectation was to have 15 couples together for an enlightening learning experience, as well as for them to have a celebration of the work they were doing in their relationships. I found it extremely challenging to market these to capacity. … Read more »
Thankfulness. Or Thank-fullness. There is no better way to increase your quality of life and enhance your relationship with self and others. We invite you to accept our challenge.
Where we live out in the “sticks,” most of us have a 4 X 4 truck. For us, it’s a no-brainer – for stability, safety, flexibility, and power. Our 4 X 4 keeps us solidly on the road, regardless of the conditions. When consciously attending to conditions, we travel safely and get where we’re going. … Read more »
Ever stopped to notice the amazing things that happen, and to really appreciate them? Examples: I arrived at the manicured and decorated farmyard about an hour prior to the wedding ceremony. As a Marriage Commissioner in Alberta, I like to be early and to help with any last minute details. The bride’s parents were fretting…. Read more »