Creating Happy and Healthy Relationships
By Leslie Becker-Phelps, Ph.D.
It can be incredibly painful to see your partner in distress or caught in a pattern of self-destructive habits.
Do you lash out when someone pushes your “emotional buttons”? Some of us respond without thought,
Since no one begins a relationship with a plan for it to end, the time right after a breakup is usually really painful,
Couples therapy can potentially save troubled relationships. But for many couples, therapy is an unknown process that
When a family member needs a place to stay, you may feel inclined (or obligated) to say, “Mi casa es su casa” – or “my house is your house.”
While you may not have total control over who you fall in love with, you can choose what kind of partner you seek out.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
How to Avoid Losing Yourself in a Relationship
When you’re in a relationship, do you tend to lose yourself in your partner? If so, maybe it’s time to give some thought to how
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
When Is a Relationship Beyond Saving?
Every relationship, given enough time, goes through tumultuous periods – even if those episodes only involve a churning
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
How to Choose a Therapist
Sometimes life struggles are too great for you to cope with them alone, or solely with the support of family and friends.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
When to Seek Therapy
We all must endure some stormy weather in our lives. So, how do you know when to get help in making it through these tempests?