5 Ways To Deal With Betrayal

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:14+00:00 October 29th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Betrayal, Blog, Couples, Depression, Divorce, Grief, Hooking Up, Marriage, Relationships, Sexual Addictions|

One thing most people never dream of is their partner betraying them!  Yet, unfortunately, it seems to be the popular topic of conversations these days because of celebrities and their relationships.  Most recently in the spotlight, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, who have been married for 6 years now, might be separating due to Kutcher’s [...]

Four Ways To Deal With Guilt

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 September 26th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Betrayal, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, EMDR, Family, Grief, Marriage, Parenting, Relationships, Teens|

Burdened with feelings of guilt?  Have you done something to cause hurt to your friend or spouse?  Let’s take a look at what you can do when those feelings start to take over your whole being.    1) Pay Attention to the Feelings Guilt is simply a sign telling your conscience that something is wrong. [...]

Three Ways Jealousy Is Good For Your Relationship

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 September 21st, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, EMDR, Marriage, Pre-Marital, Relationships|

Jealousy is a common topic for most intimate relationships. Jealousy is an emotion involving fear, anxiety or apprehension about losing your loved one to someone else, or of being replaced in some way. Since this is a fear-based emotion, it can often bring up other negative emotions like worry and anger. These can be counterproductive and damaging for relationships.

Three Reasons Women Blame the Other Woman

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 July 28th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Betrayal, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, Family, Grief, Marriage, Relationships, Sexual Addictions|

When an affair has occurred, who is to blame?  The responsibility most often should be allocated to the betrayer of the relationship – the husband.  This is not to say the “other woman” does not have responsibility, especially if she knew he was married.  However,it's understandable that the other woman becomes the target for a [...]

Three Reasons Couples Increased Intimacy After 9/11

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 May 16th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Depression, Family, Grief, Relationships|

What we often tend to forget during times like 9/11 is that tragedy also provides one, unintended service: It brings us closer together and allows us -- for one fleeting moment, anyway -- to feel we share common bounds in humanity.  We become more human and more focused on the things which really matter in [...]

4 Ways Unforgiveness Destroys Your Marriage

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 May 14th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, Family, Grief, Marriage, Relationships|

Unforgiveness does its work slowly.  It’s almost like mold behind a wall, you may not notice it this day or the next day, but eventually you will experience its harmful effects. 1. We increasingly limit the intimacy of our relationship. Unforgiveness is like a wall that you are building a brick at a time, a [...]

Five Reasons Why One Partner Gives Up On The Marriage

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:16+00:00 May 13th, 2011|Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Depression, Divorce, Family, Grief, Marriage, Relationships|

  1.They have met someone else (distraction). Their emotional energy is flowing toward another person.  This is particularly true when a husband quits trying in a marriage.  They will tell their wives “I don’t love you anymore” or “I am not sure I want to be in this marriage”.  Nine times out of ten there [...]

Orlando Depression Counseling

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:16+00:00 May 8th, 2011|Blog, Depression|

 Depression can seem like a dark hole that is endless and sucks the life out of you.  It can leave you feeling powerless, unable to function even in a normal routines.  It deprives you of your self-esteem, making you tell yourself “if I would just be a better person.”  Depression wants to win the battle [...]

Three Ways To Beat Midlife Blues

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:16+00:00 April 21st, 2011|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, Family, Grief, Marriage, Media, Relationships|

According to recent research out of a Belgium university, happiness follows a U-shaped curve during a person’s lifetime.  This study showed that middle-aged people are the unhappiest.  Could this be the death of ambition and the beginning of the road to acceptance? Young adults dream of the possibilities and have hopes for their future, while [...]

Five Warning Signs of Facebook Depression

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:16+00:00 April 8th, 2011|Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Depression, Family, Parenting, Relationships, Teens|

Did you know that the American Academy of Pediatrics recently warned that there are potential harms linked with teen social media usage? Did you also know that teens that already struggle with low self-esteem can be triggered into Facebook depression?  It is important that if you are parent of a teenager that you know what [...]