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  • Ah, sports. Where men come together like a band of brothers and wage war on the field, side by side. The ultimate expression of respect and teamwork. Sometimes.

    Other times it seems like the field just isn’t big enough for two athletes. Thankfully, due to television, reporters, and social media we can all bear witness to the fued. Here are ten teammates who just couldn’t work together.

    1. Brent Barry and Tony Parker: After becoming friends

    Boundaries are a necessary element of any healthy relationship. They prevent relationships from going in directions that cause disaster. But setting boundaries can be difficult. It can be an uncomfortable conversation, especially if you’re unsure how the other person will respond.  Here are some tips on how to set boundaries, and maintain them so your relationships continue to thrive.

    Why Relationships Need Boundaries

    They help keep your relationships

    You’ve reached that point. Maybe you have a toothbrush at her place. Perhaps you’ve been talking about marriage and feel like this is the next step. For whatever reason, it’s time to shack up with the girlfriend. Congratulations. Before you go falling for the dating advice that will have you believe it’s no big deal, take a moment. For your sake, and hers. This is a big step. Make sure you understand what you’re getting into.

    Here are 11 things you should know before shacking

    Every marriage struggles. Sharing your life with another person will bring up issues that you might not know how to deal with. Divorce doesn’t have to be the answer.

    Here are the top 10 biggest struggles in marriage, and steps you can take to avoid them from becoming catastrophic for your relationship.

    1. Boundaries. Having poor boundaries, or overstepping existing boundaries. It’s important to set clear boundaries in the beginning of your relationship

    Every marriage struggles. Sharing your life with another person will bring up issues that you might not know how to deal with. Divorce doesn’t have to be the answer.

    Here are the top 10 biggest struggles in marriage, and steps you can take to avoid them from becoming catastrophic for your relationship.

    1. Boundaries. Having poor boundaries, or overstepping existing boundaries. It’s important to set clear boundaries in the beginning of your relationship

    One of the biggest things that could be preventing you from finding happiness is your past experiences. Are you holding on to something that happened? Keeping the past in the past can be a difficult task, especially if it was a particularly painful part of your life. But letting go is the only way you’re going to move on and find love again.

    Keeping the past in the past is your ticket to happiness. Learn why it’s so important to let go, and the steps you can take to move forward.

    Why

    One of the biggest things that could be preventing you from finding happiness is your past experiences. Are you holding on to something that happened? Keeping the past in the past can be a difficult task, especially if it was a particularly painful part of your life. But letting go is the only way you’re going to move on and find love again.

    Keeping the past in the past is your ticket to happiness. Learn why it’s so important to let go, and the steps you can take to move forward.

    Why

    Every marriage has rough patches. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if a rough patch temporary or permanent. It’s not an assumption to make lightly. You know how you feel. You might even know why. What you don’t know is how to move forward.

    Knowing the signs of a failing marriage helps you know if it’s a phase or something serious. You should be able to decide whether to work through your marriage woes or consider moving on.

    Here are 8 telltale signs your marriage is failing.

    Victim mentality, also known as self-victimization, is a perpetual state of being a victim of forces outside yourself. Things always happen to you, and there’s nothing you can do about it. This way of thinking is the pinnacle of powerlessness; it defeats any chance of living a happy life.

    Everyone is a victim at some point. Of your own thoughts and actions, of someone else’s actions, or of circumstance. The victim mentality is identifying as a victim regardless of what the actual

    Victim mentality, also known as self-victimization, is a perpetual state of being a victim of forces outside yourself. Things always happen to you, and there’s nothing you can do about it. This way of thinking is the pinnacle of powerlessness; it defeats any chance of living a happy life.

    Everyone is a victim at some point. Of your own thoughts and actions, of someone else’s actions, or of circumstance. The victim mentality is identifying as a victim regardless of what the actual

    According to scientists, going through a breakup is the second most stressful life experience. Second only to the death of a spouse. If your wife died, you wouldn’t rush through the aftermath and act like nothing happened, would you? Probably not. A breakup should be treated with the same care.

    Going through a breakup can be confusing. You might not be sure what to do or how to feel. There’s no right or wrong way to handle a breakup. But there are things you should and shouldn’t

    According to scientists, going through a breakup is the second most stressful life experience. Second only to the death of a spouse. If your wife died, you wouldn’t rush through the aftermath and act like nothing happened, would you? Probably not. A breakup should be treated with the same care.

    Going through a breakup can be confusing. You might not be sure what to do or how to feel. There’s no right or wrong way to handle a breakup. But there are things you should and shouldn’t

    Knowing when to move on isn’t straightforward. Usually, a relationship deteriorates over time. Eventually, you get to a point where you’re not sure whether to stay or go.

    You’ve taken the first step. This is an important decision, but there’s help. If any of these signs are invasive in your life, you may want to consider moving on.

    Here are 25 signs it’s time to move on.

    1. When the bad outnumber the good. There’s more pain than happiness,

    Humans are social animals. Healthy relationships are critical to the human condition. They’re the central force of everything else. The stress or joy of your relationships have a way of trickling down into every other aspect of life.  If you could make one change to improve your relationships, what would it be?

    More time? Better communication? How about fewer fights, or more forgiveness? All these things boil down to one basic quality.

    Appreciation.

    Forget

    Election year brought out some hard truths many couples didn’t know they were hiding. When a controversial candidate like Donald Trump enters the spotlight, people feel emboldened to vocalize political leanings they kept quiet. Your wife, who has never spoken ill of the Mexican population, is cheering the idea of building a border wall. You feel shocked and betrayed. How could you not know this about the woman you married?

    Political differences appear in marriages more often than you