After retiring from teaching at a community college in May of 2011, I wrote a book, Too Much Gold to Flush: The Gift of Infidelity. Three months after I married in 2009, my husband kicked me out of the home that we had remodeled together, so he could marry his first sweetheart of 32 years ago. […]
All the sentiments in the world weigh less than a single lovely action. James Lowell I was smitten by Rael’s loving gestures in the early days of our relationship. He treated me like a queen and I felt like one. No wonder my heart fell captive to his charm.
Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live with in. ~ James Baldwin Isn’t it interesting how intimate relationships teach us things about ourselves that we would never had realized without the courage that comes from revealing ourselves to another during that time of new love? I […]
Falling in love on the first date is highly unlikely and, contrary to popular belief, totally undesirable. If I think I am in love after the first date, I am probably mistaking initial attraction for the unhealthy part of me that is attracted to the unhealthy part of him. And what feels like love at […]
I’m excited about a book I have available starting October 22, 2012. Over the next 16 weeks I will post snippets from the book. Several years ago I charged head-long into a relationship destined for disaster. When the inevitable happened, I was devastated. In order to avoid future calamities, I vowed to figure out a […]