General

Will Love Find You?

  Are you ready and available? Relationships are complex and broad brush strokes. ​When applied to extremely complex situations is unfair, unimaginative and rarely helpful. There is a reason why many clichés and opinions do not help many people. Conversely, often times we complicate simple ​things by over-thinking or over-analyzing due to ignorance or limited information. I know this much is true; it is… Read More Will Love Find You?

Books, Featured, General

[New Book] 127Questions, Singles Must Ask Their Future Spouse

                    My new book, #127Questions is now available for pre-order. Regardless of the statistics and growing apathy towards marriage with ‘rising’ divorce rates and dissatisfaction scores, marriage remains one of the greatest institution ordained. It’s time to double check, revise  and improve the preparation process. It’s time… Read More [New Book] 127Questions, Singles Must Ask Their Future Spouse

Events, General, Inspiration, Relationships

[New Post] How to Make Love With Your Clothes On

Can we be honest? Everyone’s looking for a perfect relationship yet no one is willing to work hard for it. A vibrant loving relationship is indeed challenging mentally and physically but the feedback from those who put in the hard work and pay the price is encouraging, because they all confirmed the great success that follows… Read More [New Post] How to Make Love With Your Clothes On

Issues

“THIS FRAME DIDN’T LOOK LIKE IT EITHER.” – Sinmisola Ogúnyinka

All that glitters isn’t gold! A popular adage that captures a myopic viewpoint on life and relationship matters. I have heard many similar painful stories, seen many heart breaks. This story is a stern reminder, so please look hard before you jump. Enjoy! I met this couple a few years back. Sweet-looking things, if you… Read More “THIS FRAME DIDN’T LOOK LIKE IT EITHER.” – Sinmisola Ogúnyinka

Issues

The Difference …

The Difference (Quote) “Often the difference between a successful marriage and a mediocre one consists of leaving about three or four things a day unsaid.” ~ Harlan Miller