It Takes Work – Weekly Round-up

With all the holiday hustle and bustle, our relationships and time for ourselves can sometime get pushed to the bottom of the priority list. In looking over the articles for my weekly round-up, the theme seems to be that it takes work to take of ourselves and our relationships. Settle in with a cup of … Continue reading “It Takes Work – Weekly Round-up”

Relationships Take Work

Relationships take work. Hard work. There’s no doubt about that. Repairing a broken relationship also takes work. But when it’s with the person you know you want to be with, you stay committed. A true relationship is not about loving the perfect person but about being with someone who your love no longer requires them … Continue reading “Relationships Take Work”

Why Therapy Works: One Couple’s Story

I hear a lot of excuses about why couples don’t think they need a therapist to help fix their relationship woes. And yes, they are excuses. Because, at the end of the day, seeing a therapist means a couple is willing to do whatever it takes to save their marriage. No “buts” or “ifs” or … Continue reading “Why Therapy Works: One Couple’s Story”

Quiz: Are You Emotionally Healthy Enough For A Relationship?

You go to the doctor when you feel physically ill. You go to the dentist when you have a toothache. You go to church when you feel spiritually weak. But what do you do about the ups and downs of your emotions? What about your emotional health? Emotional health is your ability to feel and … Continue reading “Quiz: Are You Emotionally Healthy Enough For A Relationship?”

6 Ways a Therapist Can Save Your Relationship

Marriage can be a surprisingly lonely place. When your voice is not being heard, your problems are not being solved or you become afraid of rocking the boat, you may feel as though you are in this relationship by yourself. It can be isolating and disheartening, and that’s no way to spend your life. But you … Continue reading “6 Ways a Therapist Can Save Your Relationship”