We’re thrilled to introduce you to our new favourite couple, Chris and Sara from Soul In Wonder. This husband and wife team met in the Peace Corps where Sara survived a gang rape, then both grew to have an enlightened marriage and founded their own company called Soul In Wonder. To say they have lessons to share is an understatement. We… View Post
How do you manage a history of addiction and a thriving relationship? Today we’re honoured to introduce you to our sweet friend, Shana. She is bravely sharing her story and tips with us around her 11-and-a-half years sober husband and how they’ve navigated over the years together to create what they call “living the dream with hiccups”. We’re so inspired… View Post
How do you manage an interracial relationship when it’s not easy? Today we’re honoured to introduce you to our lovely friend, Krisztina. She’s bravely opening up behind the scenes of her interracial marriage. Now to say it started rocky is mildly putting it. With language barriers, disapproving communities and parents, these two navigated it all. She’s sharing with us her story… View Post
What the heck is Masculine and Feminine Energy and what does it have to do with relationships? Well, sweet friends, have no fear–we’ve got an expert here to introduce you to this topic and if your familiar with it we’ll be diving deep into how those energies can play into our relationships. We’ve interviewed our sweet colorado friend and doer… View Post
We’ve all been at that moment when we’re travelling with our spouses and everything’s going wrong, we’re hot and sweaty, no one speaks our language, we’re just about to lose it and one of you has been bitten by a monkey right? (Well, maybe not the monkey part!) We’re thrilled to introduce you to The Wandering Wilsons on the blog today…. View Post
Today we are thrilled to introduce you all to Kim and Conor. We’ve known these two for many years now, and to say they are hilarious is an understatement. These two have their own personalities, stories and histories as an interracial, gay common-law couple and no one tells it better than they do.
We are so excited to have The Lavenders as our guests on the blog today. These two have an incredible story filled with love, tragedy, and resilience. They were newlyweds building a tiny home when an unexpected accident left Derek paralyzed from the armpits down and rocking a wheelchair. To say LeAnne and Derek know a thing or two about navigating life change is just skimming the surface.
We’ve all been there and thought, “Why are relationships so hard?” Well, we think it’s because we probably haven’t been taught how to be a good partner.
We’re so excited to bring back our resident relationship expert, Tamara Adilman, MA, MEd, RCC.