Monthly Archives: March 2015

Embrace change

For many of us, spring is a season that brings change. When we go through change there is usually some resistance at first because most of us like routine and predictability. We tend to feel secure when things stay the … Continue reading

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Five ways to spring clean your relationships

Today is the first day of spring! The air is warmer, and our environment is beginning to reflect all of the life and vitality we miss so much during the winter months. For many of us, spring brings energy and … Continue reading

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It’s not about the towels

In a recent radio interview, I spoke with a couple about a very common topic couples argue about: household chores. This couple had been in a fight over whether their towels needed to be cleaned. Although arguments like this might … Continue reading

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Are you staying married for the wrong reasons?

One of the things I notice with people who come into therapy is that many people often stay in an unhappy marriage out of fear of judgment. They fear the label of divorce, and what the people in their lives … Continue reading

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