Does cheating really mean the end of a relationship? Or is there hope for more? Expert Mary Ellen Goggin examines the rumors that Jay Z cheated on Beyonce and explains why people commit adultery even when they have a great spouse.
Couples who have been together a while sometimes lose the passion they had when they first got together. Expert Gal Szekely explains the most common problems couples have in the bedroom (hint: they aren't just physical) and gives tips on what you can do about them.
Anabelle Bugatti examines the inside of an affair, what your spouse is truly seeking by having an affair, and answers the question "why don't people get out instead of cheating." Plus, she teaches you how to create the emotional experience people seek in an affair with your spouse or partner, and how to work towards affair-proofing your relationship. Read on to learn more!
Marriage Sex Counseling: it can be taboo, but it can also be important for some couples who's marriage and sex life need some repair.
I recently had an interesting discussion with a panel of colleagues about the value of couples therapy. The question was this: "Can all couples, even those who are happily married, benefit from working with a skilled couples therapist?"
The couples I see in therapy are frequently bogged down with stress, resentment, and pain. Two people often sit in my office, desperate to transform their relationship back to the care-free, loving time when there was no tension or distance between them. Nine times out of ten, couples come in asking to work on "communication." However, "communication" is not what saves a marriage. These three things are:
Dr. Alicia H. Clark describes how, if both parties are willing, a marital affair can be worked through, allowing the marriage to not only continue, but in fact to thrive.
If you find out that you've been in a relationship with someone who has an eating disorder, you might feel betrayed, helpless, angry, scared and a whole host of other emotions. That's normal. Licensed psychotherapist and author of Reclaiming Yourself From Binge Eating, Leora Fulvio offers some important dos and don'ts for dealing with this difficult situation.
Many couples are reluctant to go to therapy, but admitting there is a problem is the first step to accepting and overcoming that problem. Couple's therapy can be beneficial, whether your relationship is on the rocks or just beginning to experience some tough times. Here are five reasons why you should consider going to couple's therapy: It Encourages Communication
Too Much To Do. Life gets crazy doesn’t it? You’ve fit your kids’ basketball and cheerleading practices into your schedule along with the dance recitals, the board meeting the business trip - and on it goes... It’s a whirlwind of “to-dos.” But where does your marriage fit into all of that? How much time do you put into making your marriage a priority, into making it what you want it to be?
Can a Couples Counseling Retreat Make a Good Relationship Great? Have you and your partner had the same arguments year after year? Are you frustrated that no matter how much you try, you can’t break the repetitive cycle? Nobody wins and everybody loses. You’ve lived through that.
Sometimes relationships just aren't working and it's time to seriously think about couples counseling. Here are 5 questions to ask you and your partner to figure out if it's for you or not.
The Rev. Christopher Smith reassures married couples that marriage counseling is not forever. Read on to learn how you'll know when your sessions are no longer necessary for you and your spouse.