Many married couples I see in private practice have not been on a date in a long time. They simply forgot to date each other, to flirt with one another, and foster the bond that brought them together in the first place. There are various reasons that inhibit date nights but those reasons should… Continue reading The Importance of Date Night
Small lies, big lies, little white lies. At the end of the day they are all lies. They hurt just the same and they all can leave a slow path of destruction. In your mind they may resemble the latest hurricane, crossing your heart and ripping apart the life you thought would take you… Continue reading Small Things Matter
Understand your relationship before you say “I do.” Before the final walk down the aisle, before the last fitting of the dress and before the invitations have been sent to everyone including people you really don’t know, make sure you know who you are marrying. Premarital counseling is a great way to explore the strengths… Continue reading Understand your relationship before you say “I do”.
The Expectation of Loyalty Most couples enter the nuptials with the expectation of love, loyalty and happily ever after. The dating was intoxicating, the wedding, well, simply divine and the start of the marriage, extraordinarily captivating in the whirlwind of the honeymoon phase. Fast forward a few years and the honeymoon phase has now come… Continue reading The Expectation
Stress and sadness come in many forms and they can take on a life of their own. Most of us wander through the day on autopilot just to get to the next event, the next meeting, the next appointment or the next family gathering, without pulling out what’s left of our hair. Some of the… Continue reading The Blues