Entries tagged with “Couples”
How can a lack of passion in your partnership be a good thing? When you use this opportunity to grow into the next phase of your relationship: rediscovery.
…And recognize the real struggle with your partner is to hear
Research shows that adding mind/body techniques to treatment options can increase the odds of conception.
The first time I went skiing in high school was terrifying. I took a total of one run, which concluded in me sliding down the entire mountain on my backside. Bruised, humiliated an…
“What happens when the vulnerability he’s feeling is about something in the marriage itself—an issue he does not know how to bring up with his wife?”
How to identify the fears blocking your relationship—and melt them away to restore wonder
Could the “bro code” be part of our DNA? A new study has found that men’s testosterone levels drop during contact with the wives and girlfriends of their closest male pals.
How to remain spiritually hale in a crumbling world and useful to a society emerging from the ashes
As the year closes, it is a great time to review and evaluate how things are doing. Most of us are familiar with assessing our productivity, grades, health, weight, or finances, bu…
Want a healthy, thriving relationship? Understanding attachment styles can get you there.
If truth be told, I think every person in a marriage has questioned whether they married the right person at least once along the way. Either that or we get caught in the “grass wo…
A new study shows humans are drawn to people who are similar to them, whether it’s for romance or friendship.
Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley. —Theodore Roethke For many of us, overwhelming stress sends us straight into the arms of Mother N…
Seana McGee and Maurice Taylor, married psychotherapists and authors of The New Couple, explain how understanding the phases of your relationship can help you stay in love.Intoxica…
After 25 years of partnership with my husband, I realize that one of the things that keep us together —lovingly together, is what I call “the little extra step.” For instance, yest…
Demonstrating appreciation brings people closer
An excerpt from The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
Maybe it’s time to unleash what it really feels like to care.
Share the story of how you met with energy, enthusiasm, and expressiveness.
Small events create huge disturbances in our relationships. “Old wounds, usually from before we ever met our partner, are like whales that are waiting in the deep to be triggered by events on the surface of life.”