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Relationship Counseling Tag

Study showed that strong relationships protect your heart. Protect your heart. Improve your relationships. A study done by Dr. Stewart Wolf, a cardiologist, of the inhabitants of the town of Roseto, Pennsylvania, in the 1960s, demonstrated that the instability of emotional relationships creates stress that can have...

The truest test of your strength is revealed in your ability to tolerate intense feelings and refrain from acting on them in hurtful ways, toward yourself or anyone else.  The foundation of your ability to do this grows through the practice of mindful self-awareness. All...

If you're asking “should I stay married” because you woke up one day next to someone you don't really know and aren't sure you even want to be married to, then this blog is for you. You love them, but you aren't “in love” with them. You get...

If you've been thinking about how to save your marriage, you've come to the right place. I have some answers. First off, don't feel too bad if you haven't been able to figure out how to make it work on your own. Practically none of us get...

Let me get the hard news out of the way. If you want better relationships, you are going to have to start taking a good look at yourself first. The truth is, any change you want to see in your outside world starts with “the self.” Which...

Believe it or not, all your relationship problems can be boiled down into one simple explanation. Either you are expecting your partner to give you something that they are unwilling or unable to give you, that you may or may not know you are...

If you have ever found yourself wondering why you interact with people the way you do, I have some answers for you. Believe it or not, the pattern of your relationships today, romantic and otherwise, is directly descended from your relationships with your primary caregivers...

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