Couples can actually learn a few valuable tricks from their favorite teams. According to marriage researcher, John Gottman, PhD., happy couples have a few things in common: They have friendship and admiration, they have each other’s back, they handle conflict well, and they have a sense of “we-ness”. With these characteristics, they form a pretty strong team that can handle life’s toughest challenges.
Finding the Right Therapist
We’ve put together a list of questions that may be helpful for you to ask as you are considering who to choose as a therapist!
Would We Benefit From Couples Counseling?
Today on the blog, we are discussing red flag indicators that sugggest your relationship might benefit from couples counseling.
What Do Awesome Step-Parenting Moments Look Like?
Here are some best practices to follow in step-parenting and how they can positively impact the family, creating the best moments.
Financial Stress and your Relationship
Finances are one of the top stressors for couples. The financial health of many couples has been negatively impacted this year.
What to Expect in Couples Counseling
Starting counseling can be a daunting experience – especially couples counseling. In fact, most couples put it off until they just can’t take it anymore.
Is Contempt Wrecking Your Relationship?
Contempt happens when we take a stance of superiority over our partner. While contempt can be clearly delivered in a direct verbal message of superiority, it is often delivered non-verbally.
Why THIS Therapist Sees a Therapist
My therapist holds my story and provides me a nonjudgmental space to process my own stuff. Therapy helps me to be my best self.
Do I need a therapist or a friend?
Friendship connections are key to a healthy emotional life. Therapists provide a slightly different role in your life.
Not-So-Happy Mother’s Day for Stepmom
Mother’s Day is oftentimes one of the toughest days of the year for stepmoms and blended families. Here are a few tips to help make it a bit more bearable day.