Living a Life You Love… Together
So much of my time and work focuses on helping people to recover from horrible or traumatic events that have happened to them in the course of their lifetimes.
Sometimes, the trauma is actually a result out of deep-rooted negative relationship patterns themselves.
More often, however, I see that healthy relationships can play an important part in the actual healing process. And it’s not just me. Research studies showed that some of the most effective therapy for combat related PTSD involved a couples or family therapy component. A traumatic event may start off as an assault on an individual but the impact spreads to those whom we love.
This is a collection of blogs I’ve written around the web, and some other great resources to help you and your loved ones cultivate better, healthier relationships.
When I asked friends and fans on my facebook page what type of content my September article needed to cover, the response was overwhelmingly in favor of discussing the challenge of balancing one’s tech-savvy nature with a relationship-nurturing home environment. While...read more
Almost every couple I see in the counseling, at some point during that first meeting, will say, “Is there hope for us? Can this get better?” For the sake of our discussion, let’s assume the couple asking this question is not in any way, shape or form in an abusive...read more