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Couples often attend therapy because of sex problems: one wants it (more) and the other one doesn’t. On the surface, this may look like a stereotypical problem that the media often addresses in comical ways. However, anyone who has ever been in this situation knows...
Many people who are breaking free from codependency stay firmly out of denial and committed to their new way of living by being brutally honest with themselves. Their level of self-awareness is often astonishing. They are challenging old beliefs and questioning...
We all want others to respect our boundaries. We read about it. We talk about it. We obsess about it. But boundaries are a two-way street and respect also has to go both ways so how well do we respect other partner’s boundaries?
Partners with overly harsh boundaries often reject their partners bids for support. Instead, they push back and refuse to engage emotionally. It might feel like the ‘adult’ thing to do but being emotionally unsupportive harms your relationship tremendously.
Many people struggle to believe that before we can create healthy, happy and fulfilling relationships with others, we need to develop a healthy and loving relationship with ourselves. Others worry that their lack of self-esteem means they will always be alone.
I work with a lot of couples which almost always consist of two very lovely and perfectly likable people. Together, however, they are often harmful to each other. They don’t want to be in the situation they are in but they struggle to relate to each other in healthy,...
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Here are 5 simple love hacks that will improve your relationship if you make them your daily love routine.
1. Take care of your mind.
2. Maintain healthy boundaries.
3. Be present.
4. Be open for connection.
5. Respond positively to bids of connection.