Monthly Archives: October 2014

6 ways (besides sex) to emotionally connect with your partner

Emotional intimacy heats up physical pleasure. If you want great sex, emotional intimacy can lead to an incredible sex life. Physical intimacy is often pleasure-focused. Emotional intimacy, on the other hand, is much deeper and lasting. It is allowing yourself … Continue reading

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The secret relationship killer

People who feel bitter and emotionally trapped in their relationship often share one common trait: they choose not to communicate with their partner. Self-expression can make us feel vulnerable and uncomfortable, which is why we can feel anxious about sharing … Continue reading

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Does your teen have an attitude problem or are they depressed?

In my experience as a psychotherapist working with adolescents who suffer from depression, I’ve noticed that parents usually don’t identify their teen as depressed. Parents will often come into therapy and say they have a child who is defiant and has … Continue reading

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3 simple ways for your relationship to stay happy after kids

To have a great relationship after kids, there are three key things you need to know. Based on my experience as a couples therapist, these three tips will support intimacy, connectedness and fondness for one another as you adjust to … Continue reading

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