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4 Ways A Relationship Vision Board Can Help You

  How Can A Relationship Vision Board Help You  In this blog, we talk about a relationship vision board and how this is crucial to supporting you in choosing your dream relationship.  This blog is for individuals who are searching for someone special, but within each new relationship, you encounter different people with the same personality traits. Those repeated cycles...[ read more ]

How Do I Know If I’m The Problem In Relationships?

Have you ever questioned if it was you or your partner who is causing all of the problems in your relationship? If so, I want to help you with turning your relationship or marriage into the success you have dreamed it would become! Today, I’m going to share with you a couple of nuggets to help support you if you...[ read more ]

Post-Baby Disconnect? 3 Ways to Stay More Connected After Having a Baby

No matter how many times they were warned, few new parents are prepared for the life-changing event of the birth of their first child. No more sleeping in on Saturday, then heading to your favorite restaurant for brunch with friends. These leisurely activities are replaced with sleepless nights and endless diaper changes.It’s no surprise then that many couples feel a...[ read more ]

4 Budgeting Tips For Couples

huntsville marriage counseling for couples having issues with their finances

In this blog I am hoping to break down a few tip that will help you in your marriage especially pertaining to how you and your spouse choose to work a budget.   I can't say that things have always been hunky Dory financially in my marriage.  This is how I learned how ineffective it is to bully your spouse into...[ read more ]

How to Reduce Fighting Over Money & Budgets

If you and your partner argue about money, you’re not alone. According to a recent survey, 27% of Americans said that disagreements about finances tend to erupt into full-blown arguments. This means couples fight more about money than they do about work, chores or the kids (http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/alpha-consumer/2010/10/18/the-biggest-money-mistakes-couples-make).Perhaps even more disturbing is that arguments about money tend to be particularly disastrous...[ read more ]

Is it Possible to Rebuild Trust After an Affair?

For many couples, the discovery of a spousal affair is the ultimate betrayal. And yet, the betrayal by one does not necessarily decrease the love of either party for the other. When you still love someone but the trust has been significantly damaged, is it possible to mend the relationship? Can marriages be rebuilt after an affair?Dr. Janis Spring is...[ read more ]

The Importance of Creating & Sharing Goals as a Couple

Many authors, from Viktor Frankl to Deepak Chopra, have discussed the importance of living a purposeful life. It is purpose that allows us to transcend ourselves and create meaningful moments. Frankl believed that a pursuit in meaning in life is far more important than the pursuit of happiness, as meaning connects us to our past, present and future.It can also...[ read more ]

Will Smith: How Fear of Failure and Fault Impact Relationships

We all witnessed something that we thought we would probably never see from Will Smith when he walked on the stage during the Oscars and slapped Chris Rock dead in the face after telling a joke that he did not approve of.   Will Smith's fear of failure and fault rooting back to his childhood may have played a role in...[ read more ]

Why Timing is Everything When it Comes to Marriage Counseling

Seeking help from a marriage counselor is not unlike seeking help from a mechanic. It makes little sense to take your car into the shop a month after it started making a horrific noise. By that time, too much damage may have been done and your engine may be beyond repair.By the same token, the effectiveness of marriage counseling is directly related...[ read more ]

How to Get the Most Out of Couples Therapy

As a therapist, I often have a front row seat to relationship miracles. Well, okay, there are no miracles really. The fact is “fixing” a relationship takes work. It takes two people wanting it to work and then putting in the effort.Having said that, I have seen couples go from nearly ending it to being back in love, and liking and respecting each...[ read more ]



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