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What Does Couples Counseling Solve?

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Roughly 50% percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. While some couples may rightfully need to part ways for their own personal health, many marriages could be salvaged with the help of a licensed therapist. Couples often marry with the hopes of staying married and living happily ever after. With a good … Read more

Is Fighting Normal for a Marriage?

Married couple fighting.

Human relationships are complicated. We each see the world in our own way, and it can be very difficult to learn the empathy required to fully appreciate another person’s experience. Given that fact it’s no wonder that we sometimes fight with the people closest to us. That being said, it’s difficult to say whether the … Read more

Keep Your Relationship Strong During COVID

Keep your relationship strong during COVID.

All good relationships take work to thrive, even when you are with your perfect soul mate. It is important to maintain a solid foundation with your loved one throughout all of life’s ups and downs. Knowing how to keep your relationship strong during COVID can prove challenging but worth it. Keep Your Relationship Strong During … Read more

The Most Common Stressors Hurting Modern Couples

Common stressors hurting modern couples

Relationships have never been easy. Two people with diverse personalities, separate aspirations, and their own plans for the future have to do a lot of work to stay on the same page. Joint decision-making is one way that many couples aim to reduce strain on their relationship, but it doesn’t necessarily solve everything. Today we … Read more

Fix it . . . Or Forget It?

When there has been a break in trust within a relationship, and you have been deceived or betrayed, there is usually a part of you that wonders if it makes sense to stay and work on your relationship or leave. We are so angry and in so much pain, it seems impossible that we can … Read more

Living Inside Out

Obliged to stay at home during this all-encompassing pandemic, most of find ourselves in solitude with lots of unusual time on our hands. Without our typical array of expectations, responsibilities and distractions, we are left with the endless flow of thoughts and emotions inside our head. Some of us dislike this up close and personal … Read more

The Yoga of Relationships

Like yoga, our relationships require us to be intentional and to stretch beyond ourselves. Why would we ever venture outside the limits of our personal comfort zones unless love actually demanded this of us? In fact, the hidden gift in relationships is the emotional and spiritual growth they can offer us. For instance, a person … Read more