Trust is such an important part of a relationship that once it has been broken, you can hardly rebuild it by just saying “sorry”. Rebuilding trust takes a lot of time and effort as well as making changes that enable forgiveness. You can’t easily restore a person’s trust especially if you two are in a […]
We are surrounded by various myths and fantasies about how fantastic sexual experiences either happen on their own or not. Given that sex is a natural phenomenon, why is it not seamless and free? For many couples it is one of the most challenging parts of their relationship. Despite the fact that sex can potentially […]
Five questions to ask yourself before you decide whether to tell your kids about your spouse’s affair Handling the crisis of a spouse’s affair and the resulting divorce can be overwhelming. During this crisis, your actions can greatly affect you, your children and the family. One of the most difficult areas to navigate is what […]
This interview with Dr. Sue Johnson explains clearly what therapy provides couples facing various challenges. Please note her references to research about repair and bonding in a relationship.
So many couples struggle with this issue. It makes each partner feel misunderstood, lonely sad or angry. Couples often expect that the love that got them together will carry them through their relationship without disappointments, rejections and hurt feelings. Michele Weiner-Davis, MSW sheds light on what lies beneath this particular question in this TedxCU video. […]
Couples Counseling San Mateo Many couples are married, but not all married couples feel like a couple. What makes the difference? In his new film 112 Weddings, Doug Block goes back in time to meet some of the 112 couples whose big days he’s filmed. For many, there’s been happiness; for others divorce, illness and […]