With all of the wonderful self-help books and resources available today, sometimes it’s hard to know whether you really need therapy. Maybe the problem that you are experiencing is something that you could take care of on your own. That certainly would be cheaper! However, there are some instances inRead More
In my work with couples, I have found that relationships have a greater chance of failing if parents are not able to build healthy relationships with their spouse’s kids. So, in the interest of keeping relationships afloat, here are some tips to help new parents connect with their Chosen Children.Read More
If you are like most people, the first thing that comes to mind when you decide to work on your relationship is something that you can do for your partner. You start to think about getting him tickets to a playoff game, or cooking her your famous lasagna. Let’s beRead More
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned in my work with couples, it’s that each couple is incredibly unique. What works for one couple may not work for others. Furthermore, what works for a couple at one time, may have an expiration date. This is often the case in regardsRead More
If you are in a long-term relationship, chances are your partner gets on your nerves sometimes. He forgets to take out the trash for the millionth time, or she fails to put the cap back on the toothpaste, and it’s all you can do not to lose your mind. Well,Read More