@EddieReeceLPC Much to my surprise, I’m on Twitter. You can find me @EddieReeceMSLPC. Thanks to Yolanda Davis and Victoria Monet for their encouragement. If you’re on Twitter, let me know. We’ll follow each other. “Don’t follow me I’m lost,” comes
Why We Don’t Budget http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865617373/5-reasons-we-dont-budget.html
I’ll talk about my post, “What is Love?” Hope you’ll join in today at 2 EDT or track down the podcast. As always, feedback is welcomed!
Chuck Lorre produced a TV show called Dharma and Greg. I video taped (remember VCR’s?) the first episode. At the end of the show, I saw a blip on the screen and wondered what kind of subliminal message was just
Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a romantic holiday. Quite often, it’s the day couples break up. A large percentage of break-ups happen on holidays, birthdays, any number of special days for a couple. Here’s why I think that happens.
This from the Huffington Post and my comments. Prenuptial Agreements Are on the Rise, And More Women Are Requesting Them http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/22/prenups-_n_4145551.html?utm_hp_ref=divorce&ir=Divorce As a couples counselor, the issue of pre-nuptial agreements is common. The discussion is usually about whether or not
I love quotes. I hope I’ll be remembered for one of the following. (as best as I can tell, I made these up) Nothing is more profound than realizing the obvious. The better you get, the harder it is
What Is Love? Today’s word is love. A lot of conflict happens because people have different definitions to this simple word. Most of the time, I think those definitions are wrong. So what is love? After all the poetry, music,
I’m very excited about starting a blog. I have a lot to say, though right now, I can’t think of much. Such is my struggle with writing. I have countless moments while talking or thinking about something and realize it’d