Everyone has their own unique set of emotional needs, that are the product of your upbringing, your genetic predisposition, your identity, and other individual factors. Understanding our emotional needs empowers us to make ourselves happy and can relieve a sense of helplessness that often causes distress.
Wellness Blog | Marriage Counseling
The healthiest relationships repair early and often and also have lots of strategies for how to repair. Since every relationship is different, finding the repair strategies that work for you can vary.
There are some things to consider when deciding if online therapy is right for you.
Strategically written journal prompts and affirmations have been chosen to get you thinking in a positive direction.
Learn to accept responsibility, to stop using blame as a scapegoat, lower your defenses, and begin to realize the starring role you play in your life.
Words. We all use them. We all listen to them. We all communicate with them. They're helpful. They’re useful. They're beneficial. But yet, they can wound, destroy, and wreck our lives. Do you think about the words you use? Do you know the words you love to hear? Do...
Many people are having mental health challenges due to Covid and all that has transpired since 2020. Even if you’re not struggling with diagnosable mental health concerns, you may be experiencing increased irritability and moodiness.
Marriages have rough patches, stressful transitions, and unexpected tragedies. It’s normal and healthy to realize that you need help. Here are a few tips for finding a good marriage counselor.
To understand the difference between happy and unhappy couples, John Gottman, a leader in couples research and therapy, began doing longitudinal studies of couples in the 1970s. From his research, he and his team developed a term called the 5-to-1 magic ratio.
Most of us are familiar with 1 Corinthians 13. It’s often recited at weddings and plastered on knick-knacks. But what can it teach us about our relationships? How can it help us be better at connecting, understanding, and deepening our levels of intimacy now?