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  • The Rhythm of Life (as a couple)
    The Rhythm of Coupled Life When we marry – or even if we don’t, and we still carry on as if we are – we make a commitment to someone. Usually, Read more
  • Tools for Growing or Repairing Relationships
    One of the most common things I’m asked for is tools to grow or repair relationships. Well, here they are, all in one place! They are tools for everyone because Read more
  • Appreciate your partner on Mother’s Day!
    This one is for anyone who has a mother as a partner. On special occasions, my wife and I have a habit of digging up old cards we have given Read more
  • Celebrate Your Wedding Anniversary!
    I have often noticed that couples with conflict in their relationships sometimes choose to take the time to go on a vacation together. They often return refreshed and some do Read more
  • Sometimes Quality Time Matters
    It’s been too long since I wrote to update you all, but sometimes it happens. You get busy and communicating with those closest to you somehow becomes a lower priority. Read more
  • More on Infidelity and How It Happens
    Dr. Shirley Glass has recently published a book called “Not Just Friends”. On her website, Glass notes: “At least one or both parties in 50 percent of all couples, married Read more
  • A Cure for Trauma and Grief – Part I
    I can offer no guarantees, but for some, it is possible to cure the detrimental impacts of trauma and loss. To cure trauma and grief, emotions need be acknowledged. To Read more
  • More on Infidelity and How It Happens: The influence of genetics
    A study in 2010 by Justin Garcia, who was at Binghamton University/State University of New York, at the time, and is now at the Kinsey Institute, published a study stating Read more
  • A Cure for Trauma and Grief – Part II
    What is the cure for trauma and grief? I can try to help with that, but what each of us does with this information is our own. Step 1: Admit the Read more
  • A Cure for Trauma and Grief – Part III
    The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates said that “An un-examined life is not worth living”. But the failure to examine our lives doesn’t make the rest of our lives worthless. I Read more
  • What Blog is This?
    This blog is intended to: understand how relationships can help us live a more fulfilled life,suggest ways to improve the health, fulfilment, and emotional connection in relationships,explore difficulties that couples generally Read more
  • Happy Valentine’s Day!
    What better time than Valentine’s Day to invest at least a few minutes – better yet a few hours or even the whole day – rebuilding your relationship! After a few years together, many Read more
  • Is your partner “screwing around” on the Internet?
    It’s important for therapists to keep up to date. The trouble is, one indicator of the vast literature on “couple therapy” produced over 300,000 hits today.  As troublesome as it Read more
  • Dissatisfied with your relationship?
    Stressed out by your spouse? Wondering whether your lack of satisfaction is normal? Not sure whether you need professional help? To answer these questions, Dawson Psychological Services announces an online questionnaire… www.dawsonpsychologicalservices.com/home-study-introduction.html Read more
  • I will love you forever…NOT!
    Let’s get real! We all want romance, but the best we get is a temporary feeling that our love will last forever. There could be a few couples amidst the Read more
  • A unique marriage proposal
    I don’t discriminate between the many varieties of couples that are “out” these days. I also strongly encourage folks to use their imaginations whenever possible to create contexts in which Read more