The Story of Kelly Clarkson

”Some people wait a lifetime, for a moment like this.”

So Kelly Clarkson invited her closest friends to come party it up late January 2019 at the Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City. I was there. Naturally. Cuz I met her on American Idol and we got to be besties during The Voice. She’s such a sweet gal with a pure heart. She knows who she is and isn’t afraid of her “flaws”. I love watching her success and I want good things to continue for her. We are that kind of friends.

Some people might disagree and say I’m not friends with her at all. #weird

Did you know my relationship with Kelly is composed completely of my thoughts about her? Really. All relationships are just a collection of thoughts people think about each other. That’s why someone can think that you’re better friends than you think you are. Who’s right? Who knows??? And it doesn’t matter. Thinking loving thoughts about another human will always improve your relationship. 100%.

Best marriage advice I ever received: “Choose someone you can easily tell a loving story about.” ?

Are you? Is your story about your husband filled with let downs and imperfection? Or quirks and cuteness? Either is available to you at any time. And you can bet that the theme of your story will determine your experience if your marriage. Tell a story you’d want to live. You’ll thank yourself later.


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I’m Candice.

I believe that every wife ought to feel cherished and valued. Appreciated and adored. I know we can make that happen. Even if it seems impossible to you. I’m a Master Certified Life Coach and I spend my days coaching women who are afraid in their marriages. You and I can work together to find a way for you to trust in your own decisions instead of constantly reacting to his. Now’s your time, Bee. How much longer are you willing to wonder and wait?