Some Problems Can't Be Solved.

Dr. John Gottman tells us that most conflicts in a marriage are perpetual. Years go by, and people are still arguing about the same things. Surprisingly, happy couples who are highly satisfied with their marriages still have these perpetual problems. At the same time, other couples become increasingly unhappy and are torn apart by the same kinds of unresolvable issues. The difference seems to be whether a couple can cope with a perpetual problem, or whether they become gridlocked. ...more

Problems Connecting with Your Teen? Try These Three Magic Words

Your teen suffers from abandonment issues.If you are a nurturing parent, you are probably balking at this statement. Most of us associate abandonment with physical conditions, such as inadequate nourishment, inadequate clothing, physical abuse or literally leaving our child without care. If you provide for the well-being of your kids, how could they possibly feel "abandoned"?...more

Make better life decisions through Chess

Wendy Oliveras, Author of "Let's Play SHESS"...more

Facts and Futures

Facts and Futures ...more