When the honeymoon is over, many couples part ways with varying degrees of loss. They may just be deciding to leave rather than learn how to stay! If this is a relationship worth having, isn’t it worth fighting for?
Are you struggling to find a relationship where you feel that you and your significant other have chemistry? Read on for some information about the role that chemistry may play for you.
No one feels good about being rejected. Does being rejected define how you think of yourself?
The number one priority job in a couples relationship is to make your partner feel loved. If you know how to do that, I predict that your relationship will be ever more successful.
Lots of people begin counseling because they want change, but change is hard. How does it happen? Is change what you want?
Better communication will improve your marriage. Here’s an important tip!
Counseling is a significant investment. Learn how to make the best use of it!
Your adult children are leaving the parental nest. Here are tips for staying connected from a distance!
It’s not a myth that the holidays generate feelings of loneliness and sadness for many people. If your important relationships are intact and doing well, that’s great. But what if they aren’t?
Depression can be sufficiently severe and long standing to be diagnosed as a disorder and to require professional treatment. Left untreated, the symptoms of depression adversely affect a person’s spouse or partner, family, friends, work life, and health.
Boundaries between important relationships and work/school life are increasingly blurred by the ready availability of various kinds of technology. It can be useful and it can be distracting and intrusive. How are the significant others in your life affected by your use of technology? How are you affected by their use of tablets, smart phones, laptops, etc?
The label of “narcissist” is scary, and once applied, may may lead to giving up on a relationship. Learn more before making that assumption!
Every day, from waking to sleeping, we all make many choices. When you choose, will it be for you, for your significant other, or for the relationship?
Entering couple’s therapy can be scary. What should you expect? While every therapist is different, this summary of my attitudes and beliefs about how and why couple’s therapy works might be helpful.
How can you know if you are REALLY in a relationship? It’s easier than you think!