Tag Archives: parenting

Job Jar: A simple family tool for empowerment, collaboration, pride, and fun

When coaching with couples (especially those with young children), we often hear concerns about household tasks that don’t get done, or resentment about which person needs to do them. The resentments are often due to unmet and uncommunicated expectations about “the way it should be.” Yet, at the core, these parents usually share a common… Continue Reading

Love movie

Here’s a beautiful little movie about the power of love.  It’s a great reminder of what you and I can do everyday to enhance our own lives, and to see beauty in others.  I know you’ll enjoy it. The Power of Love What do  you think? Continue Reading

Trust in your relationship

My Partner Doesn’t Trust Me! In our coaching sessions with couples, we hear the above statement regularly.   Or, for those who are a bit more aware of their own part in the relationship, the question they ask is this, “How can I make my partner trust me?” Trust is the foundation of any relationship, whether… Continue Reading