Category Archives: Relationships

Embrace your partner’s role in your relationship

What role do you play in your relationship? Are you the one who wants space or the one who craves more closeness? In my practice, I have noticed that the roles we have in our relationship can create both balance … Continue reading

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Would You Date Yourself?

Often, when we are looking for love, we make lists of the qualities we want in a partner. We are clear on the things we don’t want in a relationship. We are actively looking for the perfect partner physically, occupationally, … Continue reading

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The 3 C’s of a Healthy, Lasting Relationship

People are always searching for the definition of love. How do you know if you have the right person? What should you be looking for in the dating world? Are you with “The One?” It all comes down to a … Continue reading

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Understanding the Brain and Your Relationship

Did you know that the first 8 weeks after conception, an embryo’s brain is always female? After 8 weeks, the embryo either continues to develop as a female, or there may be a huge testosterone surge to become male. If … Continue reading

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Childhood Attachment Theory and Adult Relationships

During the late 1950’s until the 1980’s, British psychologist John Bowlby, along with his colleagues, researched and published work on a childhood attachment theory. Through several studies and experiments, researchers compiled empirical data on the first relationship humans experience: the … Continue reading

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Are You in an Emotionally Abusive Relationship?

Physical abuse in relationships is easy to define. If you are being slapped, punched, kicked, or physically harmed in any way, it is important to seek help and escape from the relationship. This should involve support and protection from family, … Continue reading

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Letting Go of “The One”

For all you single men/women out there… I overheard two women speaking while I was out the other night. One was complaining to the other about the way her boyfriend treated her. She queried the other: “Would the one treat … Continue reading

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Keep That Passion Going!

The end of summer is fast-approaching – heat waves are cooling down, and you can feel the breeze when nighttime approaches. The summer sizzle is slowly withering… Have you ever experienced this in your relationship? There was a time when … Continue reading

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Look Into the Mirror

Relationship experts often say, “If you want to change your relationship, change yourself first”. How many times a day do you find yourself complaining (either openly or in your head) about your partner? How often do you wish he or … Continue reading

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Sex Talk

So, how is your sex life? Sex seems to be a sensitive topic that many couples avoid talking about. It can be an embarrassing topic for some. In reality, sex is a crucial conversation that I would recommend you have … Continue reading

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