Our Greatest Wealth?

October 3, 2012

Tweet Our greatest wealth is not our health but our relationships. None of us can be an island. We are all connected and interdependent. It is not good for us to be alone, isolated, and disconnected – nor can we healthily do so for long.


Dance As If No One was Watching

November 29, 2011

Tweet Social dancing is not the same as social performing. Many social “partner” dance classes seem to emphasize patterns, footwork, and “styling” – as if they are what matters most. NONE of these are what really make a COUPLE look and feel good TOGETHER on the dance floor. What all too often is overlooked and […]


Free Hugs! Get Yours Today!

August 27, 2011

Tweet No moving parts, no batteries. No monthly payments and no fees; Inflation proof, non-taxable, In fact, it’s quite relaxable; It can’t be stolen, won’t pollute, One size fits all, do not dilute.


Needs – of men (by women)

July 8, 2011

Tweet A man’s desire to feel “needed” (especially by a woman) has nothing to do with co-dependency



March 7, 2011

Tweet In the Game of Hands (Rock-Paper-Scissors), and open hand always beats a closed one. The same is also true for hearts, minds, and almost everything else in life.


Follow My Lead

April 14, 2010

A good leader is usually also a good follower. A good follower, however, would do best to NOT try and lead – even when their “leader” is not doing as “well” as s/he would like. A good follower will make them both look (and feel) good – just as a good leader will (attempt to). People will notice (and tell others) about how you are WITH someone MORE than how well you (may or may not) dance (on your own).


Relationship Status

February 18, 2010

Humans are very concerned about their own and other people’s “status” (socially, professionally. financially, and especially relationally). Status is usually more important and influential than money. Most gossip is about who is “interested in”, “sleeping” with (or without), or otherwise compared with someone else.


The Relationship Between X and Y

January 26, 2010

Differences between men and women are mainly the result of the X chromosome.


Words Women Use…and What They (Really) Mean

June 3, 2009
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Tweet Blogging is still relatively new hat to me. Although I am a savory character up to some good, the chances that I might become a persona grata or sung hero traveling cognito are slim. Beknownst to me, there are at least two ways about it. Some may be concerted, nerved or mayed at my […]


What’s Your Story?

January 3, 2009

Most people are living out more than one story (sometimes at the same time). What matters most, besides recognizing ours, and choosing to write an ending we like, is ensuring that people in our lives are, if not on the same page, at least in the same story. Many relationship problems are actually the result of disagreements about which story love, marriage, parenting, family, etc. is being acted out/shared.