5 Things To Do If Single During the Holiday Season

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:13+00:00 December 1st, 2011|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, Emotional Eating, Family, Pre-Marital, Relationships|

It’s that time of the year again! The holidays are drawing near, yet, you are still single? You feel lonely, depressed, and a sense of hopelessness, wondering if you will ever find that special someone in your life. Christmas is not about finding your mate, or celebrating your marriage. Let’s remember the true meaning of [...]

5 Ways Your Relationship Can Survive The Holidays

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:13+00:00 December 1st, 2011|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Pre-Marital, Relationships|

Ready or not the Holidays are here!  It seems every year; most people are surprised at how fast the Holidays came around, but one thing we know for sure …it does come around!  Did you know that January is like Christmas for most divorce attorneys with spikes in divorce consultations following the Holidays?  What can [...]

The Characteristics of Poor Communication

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:14+00:00 November 14th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Depression, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Pre-Marital, Relationships, Teens|

Are you facing struggles in your relationships with your friends and loved ones?  Do you feel like the other person does not understand you or never listens to you?  Are you having a hard time communicating with other people in general?  The main reason couples struggle in their relationships is because of poor communication.  Many [...]

How To Fight Fair

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:14+00:00 November 14th, 2011|Adults, Blog, Couples, Dating, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Pre-Marital, Relationships|

Arguing is inevitable in relationships but whether disagreements kill a marriage or make it stronger is dependent upon how a husband and wife fight. Successfully married couples have mastered the art of argument by following the 10 ground rules for fighting fair: The meaning of your communication is the response you get Stick to the [...]

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. [...]

Cohabitation Agreements?

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 September 5th, 2011|Adults, Anxiety, Blog, Couples, Dating, Family, Relationships|

  Choosing to simply live together rather than getting married seems like the perfect solution for most couples nowadays. What happens when the relationship ends though? What if the couple is financially lopsided? How can you ensure your security if you are not supporting the relationship in a financial way and a break up happens? [...]

RUNAWAY HUSBANDS: Warning Signs

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 August 13th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Betrayal, Blog, Couples, Divorce, Family, Grief, Marriage, Relationships|

WHAT IS WIFE ABANDONMENT SYNDROME (W.A.S.)?  She believed she was in a good, stable marriage until her husband surprised her out-of-the-blue with the news that it was over She was completely unaware that he was thinking of leaving or even unhappy He moved out quickly (often with a girlfriend) From the moment of his announcement, [...]

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 [...]

Is Your Commute Ruining Your Relationship?

By | 2017-06-04T20:44:15+00:00 June 10th, 2011|Adults, Anger Management, Anxiety, Blog, Career, Couples, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Relationships|

Today, we are encouraged to take on lots of new commitments, doing many things, but potentially doing few things well like our most important relationship.  Did you know that new research from Umea University indicates that a 45-minute commute each way increases the likelihood of a breakup by 40%?  This study examined the habits of [...]