Six months ago, the following question was posed to me: “If you had to choose between being insanely wealthy as your character, Geoff, is you your novel, The Hunger & The Hunted, and be in a stale, neutral marriage; or live very humbly, barely making ends meet, and be in a loving, connected relationship full
Category: Lindsey on Relationships
Two days ago, while taking my daily four-mile hike on the trails around my house, a lone woman approached me coming in the opposite direction. She was probably 5’ 5”, brunette hair pulled back in a ponytail, wearing appropriate exercise gear and other than a bare midriff and fit figure was otherwise unremarkable. Her face
Early in my marriage, my wife sat me down one evening and said she was tired of being treated like one of my employees. I was completely shocked. I prided myself on my marriage and family, and in fact, ran my large corporation espousing family values telling my employees to put their families first. Do
As a husband and father, I take my marriage vows seriously. But as a businessman who has traveled the world and often spent as much as fifty-percent of my time on the road, keeping those marriage vows has sometimes taken work. Let’s face it, relationships ebb and flow. Sometimes, we are still madly in love.