Has your relationship lost its fire? Take a look at these helpful tips to learn how to rekindle a broken relationship and nurture a happy, healthy life.
Have you ever found yourself monitoring the online activities of your partner? Do you feel insecure in your relationship? Do you find it hard to move on after your significant other hurts you? Answering “yes” to any of these questions may mean you are struggling with trust issues.
Trust means you believe in someone or something. You believe in what they say, how they act, their abilities, and dependability. Some early psychologists taught that trust, and distrust, are formed in the first two years of life and is learned from the environment in which you live.
Meaning, we evaluate how we are treated by others in our life when we are young. If we are abused by parents or other adults, we tend to form distrust. If we feel loved and well cared for, we form trust.
Over time, many other factors go into developing trust in relationships.
Statistics show couples therapy is effective for most couples.
90 percent of people who attended couples therapy reported improvements in their emotional health, according to a recent study of marriage and family therapy by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
In this article, you will discover what couples therapy is and how it might help you improve areas of your relationship.
If you want healthier relationships with your friends and family, it is important to understand the power of communication and how to communicate betters in a relationship.
Communication is one of the building blocks used to develop healthy relationships. We communicate through our words, body language, and actions, all of which have the potential to impact our relationships for better or worse.
This article will help you understand how to communicate better in a relationship so you can make improve your communication skills and achieve happier, healthier relationships in your life.
Understanding how to overcome co-dependency is the first step to making the changes you need to develop healthier relationships.
Everyone has a need for attention, affection, and love. It is what makes us human. Interactions between humans allow us to form relationships based on positive emotions. These connections result in us feeling valued and as if we belong.
In a sense, humans depend on relationships with others to feel satisfied and happy. However, there is a fine line between dependency and co-dependency when it comes to leading a healthy life.
In this article, you will learn what co-dependency looks like and discover how to overcome co-dependency following four basic steps.
If you were asked to define your family, you may automatically think of the parent or parents who raised you. However, a family does not necessarily mean blood relations.
To most therapists, family means someone who has been in your life for an extended period and has had an impact on your development, either positive or negative.
Family can be close friends, aunts, uncles, cousins, and even neighbors. They may be defined as family structures.
Growing up is particularly challenging during the teenage years.
Teenagers face a tremendous amount of internal and external stress from a variety of sources, including hormonal changes, social expectations, and bullying. On top of this, an estimated 8 million children live with at least one parent addicted to drugs or alcohol.
This makes life even more challenging for teens.
Today, I have a few addiction recovery tips for parents with teenagers that may help you start you start, or continue, your journey to addiction recovery for both you and your teen.
Poor communication is the most common reason people divorce.
According to a recent survey, mental health professionals agree – the number one way to divorce-proof your marriage is to improve your communication skills.
Today, I am going to explore how to improve communication with your spouse so you can take the necessary steps toward a healthier, happier relationship with your spouse.
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Sometimes, we feel sad and sometimes we feel happy. At other times, we are angry, upset, amused, or confused. Human emotion in its full range and spectrum is neither good nor bad, but it does impact your mental health, for better or for worse.
If you feel like you are not quite yourself or find yourself slipping into a negative mindset more often than not, you may want to consider the benefits of individual counseling from a licensed therapist.
Today, I want to explore how to improve your mental health so you can make informed changes to improve your mindset and overall health.
Meeting with a marriage counselor is one of the best things you can do for your relationship. No matter how many years you have been married, whether you are a newlywed or working on your 50th anniversary, marriage is work.
Some days will be much easier than others. It is these ups and downs in your relationship that can strengthen your marriage.
Asking the right questions together is a great way to strengthen your relationship with your spouse.
Today, we are taking a closer look at some of the most helpful counseling questions to ask your spouse.
75% of couples who attend therapy claim they feel better in their relationship.
Studies also indicate couples continue to make an effort to improve their relationship even after they have ended therapy.
Couples therapy is all about identifying strengths and weaknesses as they pertain to your relationship. Once you understand these aspects of your relationship, you can deploy a variety of couples therapy techniques designed to help you continue improving.
Today, we are going to take a closer look at ten couples therapy techniques proven to work.