Consider the last argument or disagreement you had with a loved one.
During that emotionally charged conversation, did you find yourself creating a case in your head for why the person you were arguing with was wrong?
Were you more focused on making a mental note of all the ways you could prove to that person how and why you were right?
Or maybe you were on the opposite end of that scenario and, while sharing your thoughts or opinion, could tell the person you were talking...
Although I don’t watch TV often, I recently had some downtime (which also doesn't happen very often!) and decided I wanted to veg out a bit. While perusing through the streaming channels for documentaries, I thought it might be interesting to find a show that would teach me how “the other side” thinks.
I landed on a talk show hosted by Jon Stewart (who I think it’s safe to say...
The month of March is designated in the U.S. as "Women's History Month" - a month-long celebration of the contributions and accomplishments of women.
Throughout her history, the Church has also celebrated the contributions of many incredible, beautiful, passionate and holy women to our world. Coincidentally, it is during this month that we celebrate one of the greatest "accomplishments" by any woman ever.
On March 25th, we celebrate a major feast day, the Solemnity of the...
Note: For those of you who aren't married, hang in there with me - some of this info can apply to any relationship.
Living out the sacrament of marriage in a peaceful, prosperous time can be challenging.
Living out that same sacrament during a time of pandemic, social unrest and economic uncertainty? The level of difficulty gets ratcheted up a few notches.
So how is your marriage doing?
Has the stress of the past year impacted your relationship? Have you grown in intimacy & friendship...