Posts Tagged ‘conflicts in marriage’
Happy Cinco de Mayo and happy birthday to me! I love my birthday and I loved it even more when I moved to San Antonio, Texas, back in 1988 and
discovered that the whole city celebrated Cinco de Mayo. I felt like they were celebrating with me!
I want to celebrate with you today so I am offering my book to you at 25% off the regular price. But that’s not all so stay with me and keep reading! Read the rest of this entry »
When you are near someone who is cheerful, upbeat, and enthusiastic, you automatically “catch” the feeling and as a result you feel good too. Sadly, the reverse is also true.
When someone you love is having a hard time or even in a “bad mood,” it is hard to step back and stay objective. Feelings are contagious. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are a woman who loves a difficult man, you are faced with some unpleasant behaviors. He may often spend time away, maybe doing his hobbies, watching sports, or hanging out with the guys, leaving you lonely when you’d like to be with him. Read the rest of this entry »
When I was in college I lived very near my grandparents and I would visit them often after classes. A curious thing began to happen as I spent time alone with my grandmother. She began to confide in me, as she never had before, about her disagreements with my grandfather. I was 18 years old and this was quite strange to me. Read the rest of this entry »
Whatever your question about relationships, Michelle Vasquez would love to answer them. The Read the rest of this entry »
Hi, I’m Michelle Vásquez with True Love Relationship Coaching. I have over 18 years experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas working with couples helping them learn communication and problem-solving skills.
With my training and background as a marriage therapist helping couples solve their marital problems, I understand couples at a deep level. Read the rest of this entry »
Love is the ability to understand that in addition to “for better or worse” there is “for excitement and boredom.” Being married is often mundane, but loving that person you are with and being excited to see him/her every day is a wonderful thing and can be sustained indefinitely. Read the rest of this entry »
What a difficult day. I’m leaning sideways, trying to regain my (emotional) equilibrium. I love the saying, “This too shall pass.” No matter how happy you may be, it changes. No matter how sad, you cannot stay there forever. Our emotional states change. If they did not, we wouldn’t be able to stand the intensity of whatever emotion is present at the moment. Read the rest of this entry »