Half the World has One: Giving the Vulva it’s due.
The clitoris is one of the body parts that just doesn’t get talked about, so you can only imagine my delight in seeing a New York Times article that focuses on the clitoris. As a sex therapist, people love to … Read More
How Do I Know If My Husband Is A Narcissist?
Whether you’re married or living with your long-term partner, sharing a living space with a significant other can be difficult, especially during a lockdown. If you’re beginning to notice a lack of empathy in the man you walked down the … Read More
Remote Marriage Counseling During Quarantine
Social distancing and quarantine situations can create extra stress and anxiety for a lot of people. For many couples and partners, it is an unusually difficult time, creating hardships on even the best relationships. Being quarantined with your partner with … Read More
Different Opinions About Money
Money and finance differences are some of the biggest factors causing arguments between couples. In fact, money issues are the number one reason why couples fight, and over one-third of couples claim money issues are the major source of conflict … Read More
Six Steps to Calming Arguments With Your Partner
It’s natural for two people to disagree from time to time and for arguments to stem from those disagreements. There’s no set number of arguments that are too many per week or month how you fight. How your arguments make … Read More
4 Ways to Resolve Conflict in Relationships
In all healthy relationships, platonic, familial, and romantic, communication is key. Effective communication can help you better understand those around you. As a result of effective communication, you successfully develop stronger, healthier, and more mature relationships. Even though … Read More
PTSD Awareness Day
According to the Mayo clinic, post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is defined as “a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it.” Last month, we celebrated Memorial Day in honor of … Read More
Finding love: It’s not (all) you. Is it me, too?
Have you ever wondered “Why is it that my relationships never seem to last? Is it about me or is it about the partners I have had? You might have caught a previous post we posted about the topic … Read More
Nostalgia: Bringing the Past into Your Present
We hear and talk about them all the time, those elusive “good old days.” Sometimes these recollections can elicit an eye roll. Like Billy Joel sang, “the good old days weren’t always good and tomorrow ain’t as bad as it … Read More