All relationships have their problems, both big and small. Luckily, most problems can be worked on. However, that requires effort from both people. You’ve heard it time and time again: “Communication is key.” But it takes two to tango right? If you’re trying to repair your relationship, the first [...]
Has your partner gone through a traumatic event? Are you struggling know how to support a partner? Learning how you can love them through it can help.
Fights shouldn't ever get ugly, and they should teach each of you more about yourselves! Learn the way to fight the right way with your partner.
If you discover that your partner is having an affair, does it mean that the relationship is over? For many couples, the belief is that discovering an affair means the relationship is over.
Think you already know why date night is important? You probably only know the obvious benefits, but you’ll be surprised by these 5 less well-known benefits.
When a relationship ends, we can experience significant loss and grief in the absence of love, connection and companionship. Feeling the pain of being left or leaving something that’s seriously not working, we can get stuck in the sorrow, disappointment, broken promises and abandoned dreams of a “Happily Ever After.”
Nobody goes into a relationship looking for a fight. We want love, we want someone who values us, we want safety and a partner we can share with. We don’t want a fight.
Maintaining your individuality while in intimate romantic relationships is an important aspect of developing a healthy and sustainable relational dynamic.
During the last few weeks, every person I saw in the Bay Area was clearly impacted in some way by the changes in our political climate. As a couples therapist, I witness the impact of this on people’s intimate relationships.