Coming soon…

Looking For Opportunities.

… New Posts


… Details — plus previews — from my forthcoming book about how one partner can be a powerful agent for change in a marriage.

Finally, after many months of work, I’ve finished my manuscript and have sent it off to my publisher. So, once I catch my breath, I’ll be back to blogging.

In the meantime, I would love to hear from you with questions or requests about relationship issues you’d like me to address in upcoming blog posts.

See you soon,


13 thoughts on “Coming soon…

  1. Relationship Issues – after 25 yrs, 3 yrs of no sex, a convenient friendship is what are “marriage” has become. In your opinion is it time to split up. We don’t even share the same interests. As soon as she gets up the TV goes on. One of my interest is reading. I have bought her a few books on things she likes. Do they get read no.
    Are you willing to tackle this issue?


  2. Excellent Winifred. Congratulations on getting published.I have been thinking about you and your book. Please sign me up for one (or a dozen, I am a glutton) once they are printed.


  3. Thank you, looking forward to reading your new book. I have a similar situation as Pete. Married for 31 years, no passion left. I feel as we are just co-existing. The past couple of years have been rough on our marriage, faults on both sides. We have been able to repair some things but I feel my heart is no longer “committed”. I don’t like that I feel this way. I have been praying for the willingness but it has been years. Don’t know, is it possible a sign that it is done?


  4. Oh this is so nice to read you again, Winifred. Especially with such good news. I don’t have any specific question for you, at least for now, but will be happy to read your blog again. Happy New Year to you!


  5. Congratulations on your forthcoming book Winifred! I have no doubt it will be a must read. I too relate to what Pete and Dawn have expressed. It’s a sad state of affairs after 20+ years of marriage. We are not the same people we used to be. Somehow, our affection for each other has been replaced by complacency, annoyance, and reservoirs of unaddressed hurt/anger. I didn’t expect to find myself in this boat, but I feel trapped, frustrated and adrift at sea without a horizon. I look forward to your ever insightful blog posts about this topic.


    • Thanks for adding your voice to the conversation.

      As you see, you’re in good company. Like you, many couples find themselves angry, estranged, and, as you said, surprised to find themselves in this state.

      I do have lots to say about this.

      Coming soon…



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