People lie for many different reasons, which can damage your sense of trust with others. While many people do lie, they can be honest most of the time. The majority of the time, people tend to tell more small, white (more…)
Archive for Couples Counseling
Do you consider yourself a gregarious person? Do you flirt with people a lot with no real purpose? Or is this what your partner is like? Are they the gregarious, flirty kind, even with friends? Not everyone who flirts, in (more…)
You and your partner have just returned from a vacation. You’ve noticed that you’re fighting much more than you used to. If you’ve looked it up online, then you know it’s not an uncommon thing: a lot of couples fight (more…)
Marriages don’t always work out. A lot of times, a failed marriage ends in divorce, even more so nowadays. Yet, for some reason, women are more likely to initiate divorce than men.
There have to be reasons that explain why (more…)
Intimacy is important in a relationship. It’s what connects you with your partner, what makes your relationship stronger. Some people only focus on physical intimacy, the intimacy that comes from touch, from physical affection. But emotional intimacy, the intimacy born (more…)
We are living in very uncertain times. It can all get a little bit too much. With so much media coverage of events along with an ever changing and dynamic society, you may not know how to cope.
The recent (more…)
For a long time, same-sex relationships have been shunned, looked down upon, and outright banned. Those of the LGBTQ+ community have long felt too afraid to be their true selves and have hidden away their thoughts and feelings out of (more…)
We all feel stressed every now and then. Whether it’s your boss at work, family relationships, difficulties within your personal life, or simply just everyday things that make you feel worried or under pressure. Stress is a normal part of (more…)
No matter if the decision was respectfully mutual, one-sided, or an all-out explosion, divorce can be hard for anyone. Most people enter a marriage thinking, “That’s it! This is my forever person.”
Finding out that “forever” ends pretty early can (more…)