Joe Sanok, MA, LLP, LCC interview on what a therapist needs to know before opening a private practice.
Instead of saying "we need to talk", try using these phrases to break the silence in your relationship.
According to Dr. Gottman, straight couples may have a lot to learn from gay and lesbian relationships.
Dr. Gottman has discovered that successful marriages use repair attempts like golfers use mulligans.
This is how we heal the “mean girls” culture: we hold, we include, we love, we empower, and we regard our girls.
How Being Nuanced with Your Emotions Enhances Your Well-Being: An Interview with Susan David, Ph.D., Part II
Part II with Susan David, Ph.D. “This is what I’m feeling. What is my partner feeling?”
Committed sex is the best sex there is.
Instead of trying to change your partner, be the change you wish to see in your relationship.
Here’s how to make everyday conflict less draining.
Have you ever had a “make-or-break” moment in your marriage?
Potential for conflict arises when spouses fall on different points of the spectrum in terms of their needs.
Addiction is a family disease that impacts all members.