What Mom Really Wants for Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is a day moms look forward to and dad’s dread. What do you give the woman who spends her entire life giving to her kids and family? How do you make mom feel special? Mom’s aren’t always honest when it comes to telling their partners what they want most, and they lovingly accept breakfast in bed (with spills), pictures to hang on the fridge, coffee cups, candles, and cards. After all, commercials everywhere promote these as being what mom really wants. This year,
What's Your Love Language? 5 Unique Ways to Say 'I Love You!"
Knowing you're loved and feeling the love are two TOTALLY different things. Miscommunication happens frequently in families, among friends and in relationships. Expecting an "I love you" or "You look pretty" is not too much to ask, so why do so many spouses neglect saying it to the one they love? Does a spouse have to say "I love you" when they've mowed the lawn or taken you to dinner, as well as taken out the trash in an effort to show their commitment and affection? Everyon
The best holiday gift isn’t a gift but an experience
Ribbons, wrappings, and bows are beautiful, but once you open the package and see the gift the moment of sheer happiness is short-lived. Psychology research has shown that experiences bring more happiness than possessions. Anticipation of the experience brings joy to the giver as well as the receiver of the gift. Sharing experiences is also better for your mental health. They’re associated with your values, effort, ability to connect, and good old-fashioned social interaction