The reverend that married Rosalind and I made us make a solemn vow. One we would never break.
He said that we should vow to one another that we would never go to bed ANGRY or UNHAPPY with each other. If you are upset, you promise to stay awake and solve the problem. NEVER break the vow.Read More
There is another piece of advice the reverend who married my wife and I, gave to me in 1981.
He said EVERY month, without FAIL, my wife and I were to go out and have a date with one another.
As a twenty year old, this seemed like a no brainer. Of course we were going to go out as much as possible. We thought we would do this many times a month. Only once? Easy.Read More
Before Rosalind and I were married in 1981, the reverend who was to marry us sat us down for some sage advice. I respected him, he was an older guy and had seen a lot in his life.
He said EVERY day the two of us were to spend five minutes together — no interruptions, no kids, no distractions.
It seemed too simple to have a purpose. I thought FIVE MINUTES, that’s nothing! Is it really worth it?Read More
In 1983, Rosalind and I had our first child. We couldn't wait to use everything we had learned as Child Brain Developmentalists to develop our baby intellectually, physically and socially. Since we worked together, I was able to stay at home every Thursday and do the program with our well baby. Rosalind went to work that day to stay active in her profession. Of course, I helped with the baby’s program on weekends as well as when I was home.Read More