Therapeutic and educational experiences can be enhanced by the presence of two people who have similar levels of training and expertise but are not the same.
The Root Cause of Emotional Affairs According to Kristy
I believe it’s the lack of this skill that makes people susceptible to emotional affairs. Someone at work can listen with great empathy because they have no skin in the game.
Emerging From Our Screens
Spring is here once again, and this one feels extra special. We get to stop experiencing ourselves, and each other, as square little boxes on a flickering screen and to see what it is like to actually be in each other’s physical presences again.
Divorce: Why Did I Stay?
I sat on the therapist’s couch with my soon-to-be ex-husband. She looked at me and asked, “why did you stay as long as you did?”
Technology and a Couple’s Boundaries
Whether it is a marriage or a long-term monogamous commitment the same set of questions are ever-present: what is yours, what is mine, and what is ours?
The Secret to Having a Successful Blended Family
First, realize there’s no such thing as blended. It’s more like stirring up pot roast with lasagna and calling it a new dish.
Why Relationship Boot Camp is For You
Watch/listen to this short video
Interview with Jerry Sander
Jerry Sander, LCSW Interview
Why I Told My Divorce Story
Our marriages ended; everything is different. We wrote this post together after we did our Podcast for LoveWork – Skills for a Relational Life.
LoveWork: Skills for a Relational Life Podcast
What determines our happiness in relationships? How can we go from ‘survive’ to ‘thrive’? How can we not end up alone, together? What about passion, romance, fighting, and fixing?