“There’s nothing wrong with anger provided you use it constructively” – Wayne Dyer
How to Have a Terrible Breakup
Breakups are rarely easy, but do they have to be completely devastating?
3 Secrets for Living a Happy Life
“There is only one happiness in this life: to love and be loved” – George Sand
5 Foundations of Morality
Is there such a thing as a universal moral compass in relationships?
Time to Take Off the Mask
Do you only try to show your best self in relationships? It might be time for you to de-mask.
What You’re Still Missing About Empathy
Empathy is sort of a buzzword in today’s society, but one key ingredient is still often missing from the discussion. Vulnerability. Let’s talk about it.
Why “Inside Out” is Not Just For Kids and Parents
Inside Out’s message about accepting emotions was revolutionary in pop-culture and we’re so excited, but how can this kids movie help your own relationship?
What You Don’t Understand About Your “Emotionally Unavailable” Partner
Does your partner seem disengaged and detached? How about needy and smothering? Let therapist and researcher Sue Johnson clear some of this up for you!
How Being “Mad” is Hurting Your Relationship
It’s easier to be angry at a spouse, than to let them know you are hurting and really need them. But how do you get past the anger?
Why “Communication” Won’t Save Your Marriage–Part 2, What Will.
So after reading part 1, you’ve recognized this annoying little cycle in your marriage (one of you pursues and one withdraws, you both withdraw, you both pursue, etc.). But while your spouse is going on and on about that thing you do that bugs them so much and you know you’re about to get into…