There’s no time like the present, they say. However, so many of us spend our days chasing dreams, wasting away at the office instead of fulfilling our needs and desires. Despite what our American culture …Read More →
We all want to be loved. But more than that, we all want to be loved in a particular way. And this can raise some difficulties in a relationship.
More than 25 years ago, Gary Chapman …Read More →
One of the biggest health issues today is lack of sleep. Over a period of about 30 years, the average amount of sleep has gone from 8.5 hours a night to about 6.5 hours. This …Read More →
A psychiatrist named Milt Erickson is well known amongst professionals but not so much amongst the general public. He is known for his brilliant communication techniques which were founded on the idea that many …Read More →
As a therapist you learn a lot from your clients. Earlier in my career, I had an experience that taught me much about communication, especially people in a long-term relationship.
I was counseling a couple* …Read More →
If you’re a guy, you may well have heard someone, somewhere, tell you that you had married your mother. You might have even wondered that yourself on occasions. After all, it was no less …Read More →
Here’s a new wrinkle on couples counseling. You and your spouse get locked away together, spending time alone for six weeks in a small room in a Transylvanian castle. No, it’s not Dr. Frankenstein’s Six …Read More →
Having “the talk” with our children can be uncomfortable. Despite this discomfort, it is vital to educate pre-teens and teens about sex. While neuro-typical children may learn about sexual norms from friends, classmates, …Read More →
After months and months of campaigning, the presidential and local elections are finally just a few weeks away. Many of my clients are remarking that they are sick of hearing about the election and …Read More →
I think people should apologize when they smile.
I know that sounds silly but we do something all the time that is just as ridiculous: we say “I’m sorry” when we cry.
We live in a culture …Read More →