Like most newlyweds, my husband and I stepped into marriage bright-eyed, optimistic and flat-out unprepared. We’d had terrible family role models and possessed virtually no tools, yet — let’s hear it for young love — we assumed that our marriage would be a rousing success. Continue reading
Knowing the secrets of a really good apology can mean the difference between this:
Most of us learned to apologize back when we were in preschool and as far as I can tell, few people have upgraded their approach since then.