It is common that we get phone calls from husbands who say this exact statement.
He will start by saying, “I need to make an appointment for myself for individual counseling.” When we ask, “Tell me a little bit about what is going on that brings you to make this phone call today.”
He will go on:
There is a Buddhist saying, “You are what you think.”
What thoughts are running around in your head right now about yourself — right now, say them out loud or write them down.
I was recently sitting with a client who has a long history of judgment about her body. She can be quite harsh on herself about her weight and ...
Many people have heard the statistics that anywhere between 40 and 70% of couples in a committed relationship will experience an affair (an 'affair' defined very broadly here from sexual interaction to flirting via text).
Infidelity is one of the number one reasons why couples find themselves in a therapists office.
Because prior to the affair, the couple likely was unable to address some tough issues. They were likely unable to have those very very uncomfortable conversations...
It is quite normal for you to fantasize -- about a bigger home or a smaller home...about your *dream* job...and about sexual encounters.
Fantasies are normal.
Fantasies are healthy.
Fantasies can really improve our sex lives.
Do you talk to your partner or spouse about your fantasies? Have you shared with them your deepest desires? If the answer is no, you are not alone.
Most couples never talk about their fantasies. It feels too private or too vulnerable to do so. And some fantasies may be better left in the recesses of our minds where they can be visited in private on our own. However, ...
The holidays are such a joyful and exciting time for many — it is also a season that can be the perfect platform for chaos within your relationships.
Stress levels can build with increased travel, time with family, financial strains, holiday events, and relationship expectations. Our sleep can suffer and our overall mood can be compromised.
Our relationships are often the first to suffer — consider it the trickle out effect — once upheaval occurs within ourselves, it spreads across all domains within our life. We no longer have the stamina to deal with even the smallest of issues, leaving our ...
Are you feeling stressed this holiday season?
If ‘yes,’ then you are not alone. Holidays can be stressful.