Relationship Domain

Secrets for building that authentic, lasting, loving, ultimate relationship…
Why relationships fail and the actions needed to secure peace and happiness…

Please select from the menu topics above.


90 thoughts on “Relationship Domain”

  1. This is inspired! I’m glad I read your post as it’s an improvement on similar posts I’ve read from most people about this subject. Can I ask you to add some more detail? Could you show an additional example? many thanks!

    1. Thank you for the compliment and for commenting! I’m always happy to provide more detail for my readers. However, I’m unable to determine which particular post or concept you are inquiring about.
      If you would please email me directly at the address below, and include more specifics, I’ll provide more detail or additional resources for you to explore. I will email you to be sure that you have seen my reply.
      Blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      Joe@relationshipdomain.com

  2. It’s a shame you don’t have a donate button! I’d certainly donate to this superb blog!

    I suppose for now i’ll settle for book-marking and adding your RSS feed to
    my Google account. I look forward to fresh updates and will share this blog with my Facebook group.
    Talk soon! adreamoftrains best hosting

    1. Thank you for taking the time to contact me. I guess I should put a donate button on the page. I haven’t tried to monetize anything here. Thanks for mentioning the RSS feed. Something happened to the widget and the icon disappeared a couple of months ago; and I have neglected to fix it. You reminded me to work on that. I would very much appreciate your sharing my site with people who might benefit.
      Thank you again!
      Many blessings,
      Joe Trainor

  3. I enjoy what you guys are usually up too. Such clever work and reporting!
    Keep up the good works guys I’ve added you guys to blogroll.

  4. Somebody necessarily help to make seriously articles I would state.
    That is the very first time I frequented your website page and up to now?
    I amazed with the research you made to make this
    actual put up amazing. Great task!

    1. I’m very pleased to hear form you. Thanks for the compliment. My articles are intended to help people in their journey of faith. Please let me know if there is something that you would like me cover in a future article. Many blessings! Joe Trainor

    1. Thank you for the compliment and for taking the time to let me know that you like the page. There are many things that I could do with the site and probably should do, but I have decided to focus reasonable content rather than many frills. I’m not always sure that user experience is as good as the tech giants would prefer. Blessings, Joe Trainor .

  5. Simply wish to say your article is as surprising. The clarity in your post is simply great and i can assume
    you’re an expert on this subject. Fine with your permission let me to grab your RSS feed to keep
    up to date with forthcoming post. Thanks a million and please continue the enjoyable work.

    1. It’s good to hear from you. Thank you for the compliment. As far as expertise, well, I’m on a journey just like everyone else. I do try to represent the faith in accord with tradition and scripture neither of which can be separated from the other; and I’m compelled from the heart to share what has been handed to me. Thank you for mentioning RSS feed. I believe that my RSS link had been inadvertently turned off. It should work now. Please let me know if there’s a problem. I hope we can stay in touch. Thanks again for contacting me. Many blessings! Joe Trainor

    1. Thank you! Yes, John Michael Talbot’s music is great. His songs put me in a very prayerful and peaceful frame of mind. One caveat though that I heard a long time ago that is certainly good advice: Never listen to his songs while driving! You might fall asleep at the wheel.

    1. The song is “Peace Prayer of St. Francis” by John Michael Talbot. When you visit Youtube, there may be advertising that is NOT authorized or recommended by me. Thank you for your reply and the compliment!
      Many blessings,
      Joe Trainor

  6. I feel this is among the such a lot important info for me.
    And i’m glad reading your article. But wanna commentary on few common things, The website style is perfect, the articles is in point
    of fact nice : D. Good task, cheers

    1. Thank you for visiting, for commenting and for providing kind observations.
      I’m glad to learn when people find the articles helpful.
      Please keep in touch. Thanks again.
      Many blessings,
      Joe Trainor

    1. For those who don’t read Spanish, here’s a rough translation of the comment : “It’s certainly interesting – especially if the earth starts making you make good money!”
      My urgent reply is that our most important relationship is with our Lord, the Maker of everything including the universe that many people mistakenly pray to expecting riches or fame. My friend, we should never expect the earth or the universe to answer prayers. I used to believe that the earth and universe didn’t care. However, after some study of the demonic, I realized that’s not exactly correct. There are evil entities in the universe that are very powerful that do care and want you to worship them. They may help you for a time or cause you to believe in them in order to get your respect and worship. Then, just when you believe that things are going well, you will begin to discover that ill-gotten gains are not worth your soul. I pray that you will love the Lord with all you heart and all your soul and all you mind. Blessings, Joe Trainor

  7. Good day! Do you know if they make any plugins to help
    with Search Engine Optimization? I’m trying to get my blog to
    rank for some targeted keywords but I’m not seeing very good
    results. If you know of any please share. Many thanks!

    1. Greetings:

      I have the free version of Yoast SEO which is a search engine optimization plugin that’s available in WordPress. Yoast has many features and tips and in-depth articles to help, and continually updates the software. One limitation of free SEO software is that it has a fixed small number of tags which can be utilized for each post. The Premium version allows for greater coverage of a variety of words and associated words. I must admit that I don’t make the best possible use of Yoast SEO suggestions because I dislike the redundancy that the SEO claims is needed to increase ranking scores on posts. But, if I really worried about higher placement and needed to include a lot of tags, I’d probably upgrade to Yoast Premium. Of course, if you are not familiar with Yoast or just studying the SEO process, a good way to get started is with the Yoast Free plugin. I’m not affiliated with Yoast.

      As you probably know, your ranking with Google and other search engines is affected by user experiences after they click on your web page. If your site is slow or isn’t mobile friendly, your ranking can suffer considerably. Since your nitche is a very popular one, it means that your business is among many other businesses (hundreds or perhaps thousands in the supplement industry) that are trying to rank high among similar search results.

      Fast loading may help you to stand out and at least help to prevent loss when a queried site doesn’t open quickly. A site that takes seven seconds or more to render, may be too slow for many of us impatient surfers. I think I’ve heard some User Experience analysts suggest that a site should load within five seconds. One thing that results in faster loading for the user is if the site to be visited is in a Content Delivery Network.

      My page is hosted by SiteGround who uses CDN in all their hosting plans. In theory, because of servers in place around the world, my site should load just as fast for a user in Singapore, London, New York or LA. There are many things that can affect a site’s performance, but a handy tool covers most typical performance problems along with selections to toggle and fix the problem. Another free tool that I use (not connected with SiteGround) to check my page speed is GTmetrix.com. (For some reason, Google’s performance app can’t evaluate my site, but GTmetrix works fine.)

      I’ve been with SiteGround for almost three years, and am thrilled and have been amazed with the entire experience. I’ve had several occasions to contact technical service due to my error or misunderstanding of something. The technicians are top notch and explain things so that I understand. Their customer response times are the fastest I’ve ever experienced in over ten prior years with different hosts. There is no faster service anywhere!

      Prior to using SiteGround, I had a political blog with my own sites which I hosted with GoDaddy, and iPage. Before I brought RelationshipDomain to SiteGround, I also tried HostGator and BlueHost. They weren’t bad, but I wanted more features and ability to get assistance if and when needed. I’ve never regretted coming to SiteGround. My site has never been down!

      Last year, after receiving several comments inquiring about how my page loaded so fast and who my host was, I decided to become an affiliate. I’d already been singing their praises and posting favorable reviews due to my high satisfaction, so I figured I might as well get some referral commission. I don’t advertise anything on my site, but when people inquire about my host, I include my affiliate link which you will find below. By the way, I noticed that there is an unbelievable sale going on right now during the Covid 19 crisis—99 cents three month start up. So if you’ve been thinking of getting your own page, now might be a great time to get started!
      https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=356b0b33acba5e14c4948de6b3c38ec1

      Many blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com

    1. Thanks for the compliment. I tried to make the font color contrast sufficiently with the backgrounds without being harsh–in other words easy on the eyes.
      I’m somewhat color challenged, too. Many blessings!

  8. My programmer is trying to persuade me to move to .net from PHP.
    I have always disliked the idea because of the costs.
    But he’s tryiong none the less. I’ve been using Movable-type on a variety
    of websites for about a year and am nervous about switching to another platform.
    I have heard excellent things about blogengine.net.
    Is there a way I can import all my wordpress posts into it?
    Any help would be really appreciated!

    1. Hi James,
      You don’t need to study coding You can do this using WordPress which I use and highly recommend. I also highly recommend SiteGround as Web host. Below is a copy of a reply to one of several readers who also inquired about how fast my site loads. Because I was getting so many questions about my site, and because I love SiteGround, I decided to become an affiliate It is worth checking out!
      Thank you for the compliment. I’m with SiteGround. My affiliate link is below. I’ve had five different web hosts over the years, three of those for several years and the other two for just a short time. I’ve been with SiteGround since 2017 and am most happy and confident in recommending this host to you. The multiple servers of SiteGround, placed throughout the world, help your site to load quickly regardless of where in the world your visitor is located. SiteGround has the most helpful representatives I’ve ever experienced, and you’d be hard pressed to find a quicker response from anyone. I’ve contacted support several times because I’m not very geeky, but support is awesome. I’ve never waited for so long as even 30 seconds for live response. Amazing service! Lots of bells and whistles for a competitive price to help you grow. Here’s the link:
      https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=356b0b33acba5e14c4948de6b3c38ec1

  9. Have you ever thought about including a little bit more than just your articles?
    I mean, what you say is valuable and all. But imagine if
    you added some great graphics or video clips to give your posts more,
    “pop”! Your content is excellent but with pics and clips, this blog could definitely be one of the
    most beneficial in its niche. Terrific blog!

    1. Thanks for the compliments and suggestions. Yes, in the past I have thought about adding pictures, and I must also thank you for reminding me about that. I ususlly intend to add a photo with a new post, but always want to get the post published as soon as possible and then I forget about the pic. I do plan to do some short Youtube videos. Thankss again. Many blessings!

    1. Thank you for the compliment. I’m with SiteGround. My affiliate link is below. I’ve had five different webhosts over the years, three of those for several years and the other two for just a short time. I’vve been with SiteGround since 2017 and am most happy and confident in recommending this host to you. The multiple servers of SiteGrond, placed throughout the world, help your site to load quickly regardless of where in the world your visitor is located. SiteGround has the most helpful representatives I’ve ever experienced, and you’d be hard pressed to find a quicker response from anyone. I’ve contacted support several times because I’m not very geeky, but support is awesome. I’ve never waited for so long as even 30 seconds for live response. Amazing service! Lots of bells and whistles for a competitive price to help you grow. Here’s the link:
      https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=356b0b33acba5e14c4948de6b3c38ec1

    1. Greetings:

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on my website.
      Your kind remarks really encourage me.

      I’m writing a book and I’m planning to open a YouTube channel.
      The YouTube channel videos will include some of the material which you may have already read on my site, but it will also include a lot of information that’s not on my website, for example on spiritual warfare.
      Do you feel that there is a pressing need for this?
      Is there anything in particular that you’d like for me to cover?
      Also, may I ask what drew you to my site?

      I hope to hear back from you.
      Meanwhile, I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
      Thank you again for contacting me.

      Many Blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com
      Joe@relationshipdomain.com

    1. Greetings:

      Thank you for taking the time to comment on my website.
      Your kind remarks encourage me more than you know.

      I’m writing a book and I’m planning to open a YouTube channel.
      The YouTube channel videos will include some of the material which you may have already read on my site, but it will also include a lot of information that’s not on my website, for example on spiritual warfare.
      Do you feel that there is a pressing need for this?
      Is there anything in particular that you’d like for me to cover?

      I’m glad to hear that you have family interested in their faith as well. I hope that you are able to pray together everyday. There is nothing better for family unity and bringing up children than regular prayer as family.

      I hope to hear back from you. Also, may I ask what drew you to my site?

      I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
      Thank you again for contacting me.

      Many Blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com
      Joe@relationshipdomain.com

    1. Greetings:
      Thank you for your comments. It means a lot to me that you took the time to contact me.
      Your kind words are more encouraging than you could ever know.

      I’m writing a book and I’m planning to open a YouTube channel.
      The YouTube channel videos will include some of the material which you may have already read on my site,
      but it will also include a lot of information that’s not on my website, for example on spiritual warfare.
      Do you feel that there is a pressing need for this?
      Is there anything in particular that you’d like for me to cover?
      Also, may I ask what drew you to my site?

      I hope to hear back from you.
      Meanwhile, I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
      Thank you again for contacting me.

      Many Blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com
      Joe@RelationshipDomain.com

    1. Greetings:
      Thank you for taking the time to comment. Also, please thank your brother for referring my site to you. I’m always happy to know that my site helps. That’s what I’m all about—helping people.

      There are many ways that I assist people by teaching and coaching. And now, when I’m writing, and specifically when blogging, it’s hard to know for sure when people are gaining value from my posts because I don’t have the benefit of the personal contact that I so much enjoy while I’m guiding them towards achievement of their educational, spiritual, and relationship goals.

      So, I would be ever so grateful if you could point out anything specific that helped you or was something you learned as a result of my site content. Are you a student or just searching for ways to answer some life questions? In appreciation for receiving additional feedback from you, I’d be glad to try to address any question or topic that you’d like to see covered in a future post.

      Thank you again for visiting and commenting.
      Many blessings!
      Joe Trainor, Servant and Founder
      RelationshipDomain.com

      1. Greetings:
        It’s great to hear from you!
        Thank you for taking the time to comment. Compliments like yours can make it hard to remain a humble servant to you and God; but life isn’t necessarily easy :). Seriously though, it really helps me to know that my site is being appreciated.

        There are many ways that I assist people by teaching and coaching. And now, when I’m writing, and specifically when blogging, it’s hard to know for sure when people are gaining value from my posts because I don’t have the benefit of the personal contact that I so much enjoy while I’m guiding them towards achievement of their educational, spiritual, and relationship goals.

        So, I would be ever so grateful if you could point out anything specific that helped you or was something you learned as a result of my site content. Are you a student or just searching for ways to answer some life questions? In appreciation for receiving additional feedback from you, I’d be glad to try to address any question or topic that you’d like to see covered.

        Thank you again for visiting, commenting and complimenting.
        Many blessings!
        Joe Trainor, Servant and Founder
        RelationshipDomain.com

    1. Thank you for the kind remarks on the web site.
      As you requested, here’s my affiliate link:
      https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=356b0b33acba5e14c4948de6b3c38ec1

      Lately, many people have been commenting on how fast my site loads. Just recently I decided to become an affiliate. After months and years of giving rave reviews of SiteGrouond’s web hosting without seeking any compensation, I’ve decided to become an affiliate. A few few sales that click through from my site will help sustain this ministry which I fund myself.

      One reason why the page loads quickly is due to the advantage of SiteGround’s use of CloudFlare’s CDN, or Content Delivery Network which consists of a network of over 190 servers in 90 countries world wide. The servers cache each site, and the server closest to the visitor delivers the content of the site. This static caching feature is included free with all sites. My medium priced plan also has dynamic caching enabled as well. But those are not even the reason why I selected Site Ground as my web host. SiteGround guarantees up-time and has 5 data centers on three continents. Eventually, when when I launch commercial sites in the future, I’ll never want a page to be totally down due to provider fault, malicious hacking, natural or man made disaster—regional or national, blackouts or brownouts. Nobody talks about this, not even SiteGround, but an attack on a power grid could grind industry to a halt; and prolonged power outage could exhaust the backup generator resources for local servers far beyond anticipated need. Heaven forbid, but a regional outage could last for weeks or even months. But life as usual goes on in the rest of the world, and with cloud service, the global market can continue to shop a site being served from a cloud offshore at another continent. It will be more expensive for cloud service but would be well worth it for a serious global marketer.

      For years, I’ve been excited to talk about my web host, SiteGround, and the fabulous service I’ve received since purchasing their hosting services in 20017. I’ve been through the gauntlet of hosting services. That is not to say that I’ve had major problems with all of them, but in over 10 years, I’ve experienced my share of disappointments. And now in three years of being with SiteGround I’m pleased beyond words with everything I’ve experienced: speed, security, daily automatic site backups, active hacker protection, service when you need it.

      From 2008 to 2010, my host was GoDaddy; but when their platform was changing over to WordPress (which happens to be what I now use on SiteGound), I asked for help. At the time of the GoDaddy changeover, I was in the process of relocating to accept a ministry position out of state. I felt that trying to set up my page on the new platform, and migrating my posts would take more time to learn than I would be able to devote to a simple political blog page. So I asked GoDaddy if one of their technicians could set up my site for a fee. They got back to me and quoted $100 to set up the site and migrate the posts to the new platform. I agreed to have them do that, but then they reneged. So, I copied many of my posts and abandoned GoDaddy. Without much research I selected iPage as my new host. But being really busy in ministry, I never invseted the time to learn the knack of building much of anything through the platforms available. In 2013, I parked my domain (objectivetruths.com) and left it parked with iPage until just recently when, anticipating restarting my political blog, I moved the domain to SiteGround where I have no limit to the number of websites being hosted.

      Before I set up my relationshipdomain.com ministry page that you visit now on SiteGround, I started building on eHost and then Blue Host, not necessarily in that order. They weren’t bad hosts, but capabilities and response time seemed inferior to what I found with SiteGround. Siteground has been truly superior to all other hosts in every category I can think of: speed, security, expert service available 24-7, fastest customer service response time I’ve seen anywhere in any industry. The few technical questions I’ve experienced were all due to my own personal challenges in learning new processes, but the technical representatives were amazingly helpful and especially patient with someone like me who was still far from savvy in building a web site. They always go above and beyond the call of duty to help.

      Once, not long after I had launched my site on SiteGround but was still tweaking the customization and format of the page, I did something that deleted the entire page along with several posts. I had backup copies of all the text and posts for the site on my desktop computer, but all my formatting and customization work in the site was gone. In addition to automatic daily backups, I’d been doing manual backups whenever I made changes which was often during the early developing stages even while the site was live. Theoretically I should have been able to recover everything without assistance. But, I couldn’t figure out how to restore the page. This was the only time that SiteGround instructions didn’t seem to help. A tech rep could have charged me to restore the site, but this rep had mercy and restored the page in a few minutes without charge while I waited on live chat. Since that time, all answers to me have been clear and easy to understand and apply even though I’m not a geek. The glitch that I experienced was probably due to a mistake that I made in WordPress which in reality is not even the responsibility of SiteGround. Although SiteGround is not the help desk for WordPress, the SiteGround reps know the platform and my particular rep bailed me out.

      I’ve had only good things to say about SiteGround, not because I have recently become an affiliate, but because in three years with them, I continue to be impressed. SiteGround utilizes the lates technologies including solid state servers for reliability and speed. My site has never been down and SitGround has never let me down. You will be impressed when you visit their site. Anyone can make a great site and make a lot of promises, but SiteGround delivers. Right now, you can lock in special pricing which is about one third of price that I currently pay. If you are looking for a great host, here’s my affiliate link again:

      https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=356b0b33acba5e14c4948de6b3c38ec1.

      Becoming an affiliate was a recent afterthought because my ministry and page content is totally unrelated to technical issues or reviews of web hosting. But as mentioned, I’ve been plugging SiteGround for free ever since launching my page, so, since I’m getting lots of interest, inquiries and compliments on how fast my page loads, I might as well earn a little to help the ministry which is not monetized, and is not funded by any organization, and is sustained solely by my own income.

      I’d like to hear how things are going for you and about any issues you may experience on the internet.

      Are there any spiritual topics that you’d like to see covered on my site?

      Also, do you visit my site by desktop computer or mobile device?

      Blessings,
      Joe

    1. Greetings:

      Thanks for suggesting that we exchange hyperlinks. I may be open to that after I know more about you. I haven’t linked to a commercial site like yours before because, in order for links to be relevant, there needs to be some commonality; however, in this case, I believe there is some relevance: both of our sites involve self improvement—yours regards external improvement and mine offers help for internal improvement. Also, we share a common market which consists mostly of women who are often interested in both of those aspects of improvement.

      Are you able to explain why I get some comments that seem to come from your website but appear to be off topic and probably were not intended for me? Below is an example of a comment from
      86380BobbieHippen@gmail.com 183.30.183.203
      One thing is the fact that one of the most typical incentives for utilizing your card is a cash-back or maybe rebate provision. Generally, you’ll have access to 1-5 back upon various expenditures. Depending on the card, you may get 1 returning on most purchases, and 5 back on acquisitions made in convenience stores, gas stations, grocery stores and also ‘member merchants’

      Information about me is available on my site and you’ve probably already seen that. I’m a citizen of the US with permanent residency in the Philippines. My current residence is in Imus, Cavite. I’m on Linkedin and have a personal page on Facebook.

      I don’t see any personal information about you on your website, so lease let me know who your are and where you are based; and we’ll go from there.

      Blessings,
      Joe Trainor

    1. Greetings:
      Thank you for taking the time to comment on Relationshipdomain.com.
      I really appreciate your kind response. Please let me know if there
      is anything that you’d like to see covered in future posts
      or perhaps on Youtube videos that I’m planning.
      Thanks again.
      Joe Trainor

  10. Wonderful goods from you, man. I have understand your stuff previous to and you’re just extremely excellent. I really like what you have acquired here, certainly like what you are stating and the way in which you say it. You make it entertaining and you still take care of to keep it wise. I can’t wait to read far more from you. This is actually a terrific site.

  11. whoah this blog is great i like reading your posts. Keep up the great paintings! You already know, many people are hunting around for this information, you could help them greatly.

    1. Greetings: I attempted to reply to you through direct email using an address that appeared with your comment. However, the recipient of the email was kind enough to inform me that the address is incorrect. Below is what I wrote:

      Greetings: Thank you for your comment and the compliment on my website Relationshipdomain.com. Sorry for such long response time on my part. I’m responding through my private email because I’m not sure the Contact Form is working properly. It is supposed to send automatic notification to my personal email but has stopped doing that. So, I’m not sure that the “Reply” software is working either.

      It’s true that many people are searching and could be helped–accept that they don’t know exactly what they are looking for. And, unfortunately, even if they come close to recognizing their actual need, there are still many obstacles to be overcome. Among those obstacles: people resist change, often resist faith and things of God and are quick to deny truths that seem contrary to their long held system of beliefs. Also, we are all creatures of comfort and habit. We have been inundated with false teaching of the modern culture; and much of that teaching is designed to make us feel good without accountability or change in behavior. It becomes all too easy for us to place more credence in the comfort of familiar emotion rather than the wisdom of truth. Another obstacle is that many people prefer not to read and instead would rather watch a video or listen to a podcast. In order to reach those people, I intend to prepare several Youtube videos. These won’t require much technical work—just my talking head with hopefully some inspiring insights.

      I’d be interested in learning of your assessment of my ideas.

      I clicked the link to the GuQinz. I’ve played all the songs on the website, some several times over. I’d forgotten how much I love that instrument. I’ve also been watching lots of GuQin videos on Youtube. Interestingly, I enjoy the playing by women better than the playing by men–even the so-called masters. I’m not sure of the reason(s) for that, whether the women have a greater emotional connection with the particular selection they are playing or if the men are just demonstrating their technical perfection in a mechanical way, but to me, the difference is striking, at least in the videos that I’ve seen so far. Thank you for the link to GuQinz, I’m inspired to pay more attention to the electric guitar that I bought three years ago after a decade away from playing acoustic. The Chinese songs on the GuQin have given me ideas to incorporate.

      Many blessings,
      Joe Trainor
      joetrainor@ymail.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *