I have good news for you . . . with help from me and work by you, you can have a relationship that feels good.
- Judith McFarland, Marriage and Family Therapist
Many people hesitate to get needed help because they feel that getting counseling/psychotherapy means they are crazy, and they feel ashamed. Needing help with relationships or mood is no more shameful than needing medical help for other issues!
Damage has been done. Do you know how to repair? Read on.
Is your important relationship a partnership or is it “All About” one person? What is the difference? Read more.
Our modern culture sets marriage up for failure by creating unrealistic expectations. What are your expectations? How do you handle it if you are disappointed?
Often, people don’t begin couples therapy because they don’t get how it works. Here is an overview.