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How To Deal With Difficult In-Laws

Happy Wednesday, ladies! I started Hump Day off with my weekly parenting segment on Global TV. Today we chatted Monster Mother In-Laws. If you are currently dealing with Jane Fonda as your Monster-In-Law, I shared some tips and strategies. All jokes aside, if you struggle with difficult in laws, please tune into today's segment for tips on how to establish peace in the home. Direct link…

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How To Add Spice and Romance To Your Relationship Using Feng Shui

By Guest Blogger Kathryn Weber Springtime is a great time for sweeping out the old, and ushering in the new. Spring cleaning is a wonderful exercise! When it comes to slipping between the sheets, the last thing you’re probably thinking about is feng shui in your bedroom. Yet it’s the feng shui of your bedroom that could just make the…

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Would You Swipe An App To Find Your New Best Friend? Watch This and Then Decide.

Swiping to make your next best friend? Tinder-Style dating-style apps are helping women make new friends. Yes, that was my topic for this morning's weekly Global TV segment. Now, before you say NO to this possibly up-and-coming trend, before you say that finding platonic friends online is desperate, ridiculous, and something you'd never try, I ask you to kindly watch my segment. And…

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How To Get Your Marriage To Sizzle For Valentine’s Day And Beyond!

Happy almost Valentine's Day! I like how relationship expert Colleen Long uses the "chocolate/broccoli" analogy. Our long term, loving, secure relationships are the "broccoli." They are the things that, if we stay committed to, consistently over time grow us up. They make us healthier, more evolved, more balanced, well-rounded individuals. However, chocolate comes along in life (just like opportunities for affairs) and…

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Single and Happy for the Holidays

By Arlene Dickinson I decided to share this because, well, it's the holidays. Enough said. I can't imagine I am the only woman over 50, not married or in a serious relationship, that has been told by some well-meaning friend that it would be so good for me to find someone. Find someone? Is there a specific spot that I…

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How a Six Month Separation Saved a Troubled Marriage

By Guest Blogger Sylvia Smith Sometimes you need to take a step back in order to have the courage to walk forward and get what you want. In the case of Sandy (not her real name), she took a six-month break from her marriage and it not only gave her the space she needed, it gave her the marriage she…

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Single and Dating in 2015: 6 Ways Social Media is Ensuring We All Die Alone

By Guest Blogger Leila Glen Don’t get me wrong, our internet driven society and age of social media mania definitely has its perks; people can work remotely, re-connect with old friends and stay in touch with family all over the world – not to mention the ego-boost you get from a well-liked Instagram selfie… However, one thing that has most…

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Infidelity: The Cold Hard Truth About Cheating

By Guest Blogger Shawn Evans My name is Shawn Evans, and I am the co-owner Can't We Just Get Along Counselling. We specialize in couples counselling, family therapy, affair recovery and other types of personal and family therapy. I produced this info-graphic outlining the truth about infidelity. The recent news of the Ashley Madison website hack encouraged me to research the…

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Should Stay-at-Home Moms Demand A Postnup?

Postnuptial agreements - they're all the rage! Just kidding, no they're not. We've all heard of the prenup. But what about the postnup? Yes, that is what some lawyers are recommending for spouses who put their careers on hold to have their children. Prenuptial agreements have become so common among the 1 percent they are considered practically a given. But…

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F*ck Cancer: Life Lessons From My Mother

By Guest Blogger Julie Greenbaum It's funny what you remember from your childhood. Our earliest memories of events, interactions and people can stay with us and resonate for the rest of our lives. It's also cool how at the moment of conception, thousands of generations that preceded us, come together at that magical moment, and give us all the qualities…

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