A really interesting article was published in the New York Times this week, “Should therapists play cupid?” Check it out here. Basically, the author, a psychiatrist, discusses his own temptations to set up his patients with each other, or even with other people in his life. He acknowledges that doing this sort of thing would be the equivalent of entering an ethical minefield, but even so, discusses his fantasies of playing matchmaker.
Is your relationship headed for disaster? John Gottman, PhD, is a leading psychologist in the area of marriage and relationships. Over the years, he has researched countless couples and has been able to predict with surprising accuracy which relationships survive and which fail.
Struggling in your relationship and finally convinced your partner to come to counseling with you? Feeling post-holiday blues or even worse depression and ready to do something about it? Are you desperate and lonely and just feeling plain shitty about things and you are tired of getting useless advice from friends and family?
Overbearing and unloving parents haunted you as a child, and their ghost still lingers with you as an adult. Breaking free from parents who cause frustration and turmoil in your adult life is key to being the independent person you are destined to be.
Click Here for Video In today's world, people don't often realize the importance of companionship until later in life. Staying fit and physically and socially active increases your odds of finding someone to date, and also increases your libido and your chances of successful sex. But, beware of too much focus on the surface, and not enough content. Such relationships quickly become empty and stressful.
Setting personal boundaries can be difficult, but without boundaries sticky situations can arise. Avoid awkward encounters and unwanted attention by setting limitations at the beginning of a relationship.
Has infidelity affected your marriage? Is an affair ruining your life? "The Many Faces Of Infidelity" is a campaign that will help you overcome even the most confusing problems surrounding adulterous behavior.
Women often wonder which traits will snag the good men in the crowd. Feeling lost? This relationship expert outlines the four archetypes you should immediately incorporate into your dating behavior.
In the Green Eyed Monster Relationship your motto is “Guilty until proven innocent”! You don’t trust your man as far as you can throw him, and you make that fact known. You constantly cyber stalk him, check his phone, and compare yourself to the other women in his life. In response to your jealous girlfriend act, he has stopped including you in his plans altogether, and sometimes he lies about who he’s hanging out with to prevent you from flipping out.