I am asking myself this question as a sit down to write this first blog post. I have to admit I’ve been intimidated by the idea of starting a blog and joining my voice to the millions of others on the web. Who am I to make a difference? What am I trying to accomplish? I am a wife and a mother, which means I have first hand experience in the realm of relationships. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I can say I have the official credentials of a “relationship expert”. But more important than the letters behind my name is the kind of therapist I am. I don’t just stand on the edge of struggling relationships and try to throw out a line. I roll up my sleeves and crawl into the morass of the relationship in order to help lead those involved out and on to a better place. After years of jumping in and crawling out, I feel I’ve learned a lot of relationship survival skills. Those I’ve helped have taught me a lot. My own marriage has benefited from what I’ve learned on this journey. So if what I can pass on can help even one person make a relationship just a little bit stronger, then this will be worth it.
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