The seasons of marriage

Autumn is upon us and we are enjoying changes of temperature (well summer is holding on a bit and I am ok with that), a new color palette to the landscape, and the pumpkin spice latte’s return to the Starbucks menu. I have always loved living in an area that experiences all of the seasons. There are wonderful things about each of them and it is nice to have some variety. Marriages also experience changes and seasons. How can you embrace those seasons and savor what you love about them? Whether you are newly married, new parents, parenting teens or empty nesters, you are growing and adapting to change as a couple. This can be challenging no matter what season you are in. Here are some helpful

Good grief!

I will never forget August 23, 1976. Most of you were probably not even born yet, but I had just turned 20. It was the day I learned about grief for the first time. It was the day my father died unexpectedly. He had been planning to take me to Shippensburg University for my junior year, but suffered a massive heart attack mowing the lawn at a property my parents owned. I won’t bore you with details, but that day was one of the most traumatic of my life. When he died, I was alone. My sister and mother were both far away. And I was scared. I had no idea what to do. NONE. Grief is messy, and not something any of us wants. Over the next few years, I pretty much did everything wrong. I didn’t sup

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