On August 19, 1990 I got married. I met the man who’ll become my husband in August 1988. I had just turned 22 that August. Just like my eldest daughter is now : 22. Just like my daughter now I had just finished University and moved from Boston to NYC. Just like my eldest daughter […]Read More >>
After more than 30 years of life together—I am learning to love my husband.
I want to learn to love in such a way that the evolution in the structure of our relationship or any changes that each of us may still undergo will not kill the love.
Committed to filling my own needs, I no longer look for relationships to complete me.
I am learning to love people beyond what I can get from them, beyond my needs for safety, stability, or fear of the unknown.
I was raised to believe that love from another will heal my wounds. That my husband will resolve all practical issues and love me better than my father did, like the brother I never had.Read More >>
People still automatically assume that staying together is better than separating. And that is simply not true. This is not to say that separating is better than staying together. My point is: there’s no formula. And every couple should decide for themselves what is best for them at any given moment and be respected in their choices.Read More >>
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