Archive for June, 2012

  Sex does so many great things for your relationship, I don’t even know where to start. It increases intimacy, releases tension, and contributes to your overall marital happiness (especially if you’re parents of young children). Never let the KY Jelly get dusty. Have sex even when you don’t feel like it. It’s not a more »

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You may or may not have noticed that the NBA Finals are taking place this week (I definitely noticed…see afore-mentioned posts about sharing the remote control) The Oklahoma City Thunder currently trail the Miami Heat 2-1 in a series that’s rife with stars, storylines and last second shots. Interestingly enough, both teams’ stars have occasionally more »

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I’m about to share a story … and let me warn you, it gets a little graphic.  We’re beginning, half-heartedly, to potty train our 2 year-old, Maggie. The other day, as she sat on the training toilet, Maggie stuck her hands into the empty toilet bowl just to check on how things were going. “No, no, more »

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Note: This post originally appeared (in slightly different form) on the Values-Driven Leadership blog. When Thomas (not his real name) was a young staff member at an organization that worked directly with youth, his boss had an unusual approach to staff retreats: bring your spouse. At first this seemed odd – wasn’t the purpose of more »

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