The Saddest Story in the Bible

David & Michel

“Love must be learned, and learned again and again and again; there is no end to it.  Hate needs no instruction, but waits only to be provoked.” –Katherine Anne Porter   No one falls in love because it’s the smart, practical thing to do.  One of the more tragic love stories of the Bible is [Read More...]

Does He Still Love Me?

Roses

The thing all women most want to know is, “Does he still love me?”  With men, our actions always speak louder than our words do.  For instance what we do always speaks louder than what we say.  All men know you judge a man by his actions not his words.  Men only spend time doing [Read More...]

How Past Relationship Wounds Kill Your New One

conflictedgirl1_xenia

The average person is prone to bring past relationship wounds into their current relationships.  These are particularly destructive because our current partner has no idea what you are talking about or where you are coming from.  So for instance, if a past spouse cheated on you, we often distrust all future spouses.  It’s important to [Read More...]

Through a Daughter’s Tears

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Better Dads and Vancouver Courageous Dad (CVD) partnered to host the 1st Annual Father-Daughter Conference this past weekend in Portland, OR.  This event was for girls age 12 and older and their fathers.  The program was based loosely on my book, That’s My Girl: How a Father’s Love Protects and Empowers His Daughter.  The purpose [Read More...]

When Fathers Love Their Daughters

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Fathers have an incredible influence (positive or negative) on nearly every aspect of their daughter’s life. A father sets a fundamental role model for his daughter regarding the qualities she looks for in a man and the standards she maintains in her relationships. He is the first man in her life and models how a [Read More...]

The Death of Masculinity? (Hank Hill Part 2)

Chuck Connors

A lot of men (mostly young men) tell me that they don’t feel like a man.  They don’t even know what that looks like.  I tell them, “If you want to feel like a man, then you have to act like one.  If you wait until you feel like a man before you start acting [Read More...]

How Marriage Heals Wounds

Becoming Your Spouses Other Half

The wounds that we receive to our heart and soul can either cripple us or motivate us to accomplish great things in life.  Undoubtedly they are one of the biggest obstacles to having a healthy relationship.  Our wounds determine the way we respond to things that are said to us and how we treat others [Read More...]

The Kind of Person I Yearn to Be

Becoming Your Spouses Other Half

As a new year dawns it is a perfect opportunity to have a fresh slate and become the kind of person we want to be.  But our past and our self-destructive behavior are frequently our own worst enemy. One of the challenges I notice many people face is the lack of mental self-discipline.  This often [Read More...]


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