Because every couple needs a little help right now...
Stay-at-home orders are creating lots of questions for us marriage counselors. We hope to shed some light in the coming weeks and months!
We answer one of the most common questions couples ask us: Why do small things turn into huge fights? It makes more sense than you might think.
When infidelity or sex addiction destroys the trust, couples often want to know...What do we do now? We were lucky enough to interview the expert of all experts, Dr. Stefanie Carnes, for her words of wisdom on the subject.
You know it's good stuff when seasoned marriage counselors learn from it. Here are some of the most up-to-date perspectives about your sex life.
We aren’t trying to give you a hard time about your work schedule, but rather, some ideas so it doesn’t kill your marriage.
If you are in a tough spot in your marriage, it can be easy to think "I don't know what else to do?" Do this....
Have you ever wondered if your marriage counselor friends is analyzing your marriage? Well it turns out we are! Here's what we learned...
Feeling close to your partner can be simple. We tend to complicate things. Learn how simple it really is.
How do you handle the in-laws? How do you cut down on family drama? How do couples stay connected during all the family gatherings? We have the answers!
We mean these words from the bottom of our marriage counselor hearts....Just trying to save you some of the regret we hear from so many couples.
We love our guest bloggers! We picked the brain of Mark Bell, LMFT, CSAT about the impact of porn in a marriage. His insight is fantastic...its something every person in a committed relationship should read.
Who should do premarital counseling? Our guest blogger, Dianne Gottlieb Nicolls, MS, LMFT, specializes in premarital counseling...here's what she has to say.
It is not intuitive. If you want to rebuild trust with your spouse, you will have to learn how to handle things after an affair.
Are you and your partner stuck having the same conversation without resolution? You may be stuck in a never-ending cycle. Try this instead.
When there are addictive behaviors in a relationship, couples need a lot of support. Here are some thoughts if there is addiction in your marriage.