Abuse/Recovery

Support Each Other’s Dreams

SUPPORT EACH OTHER’S DREAMS Ellie Lisitsa We’ve spent a lot of time discussing conflict in relationships from a theoretical perspective, focusing…

Mindful Parenting: How to Respond Instead of React

MINDFUL PARENTING: HOW TO RESPOND INSTEAD OF REACT Jill Ceder Mindful parenting means that you bring your conscious attention to…

5 Things You Gradually Learn as You Let Go of the Uncontrollable

5 THINGS YOU GRADUALLY LEARN AS YOU LET GO OF THE UNCONTROLLABLE Angel Chernoff It can be difficult to embrace…

Keeping it Together While Social-Distancing

KEEPING IT TOGETHER WHILE SOCIAL-DISTANCING Stacy Hubbard These days, each passing moment brings a strange and new reality. To solidify…

Manage Conflict: The Art of Compromise

MANAGE CONFLICT: THE ART OF COMPROMISE Ellie Lisitsa We’ve all been in the middle of an argument that we know…

Negative Interpretations in Romantic Relationships: When What You Think Happened Is Worse Than What Actually Happened

NEGATIVE INTERPRETATIONS IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS: WHEN WHAT YOU THINK HAPPENED IS WORSE THAN WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED Kyle Benson One of…

Forgiveness: The Cure for an Ailing Marriage

FORGIVENESS: THE CURE FOR AN AILING MARRIAGE Aaron Anderson If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a hundred times.…

Is it Time to Go to Couples Counseling?

IS IT TIME TO GO TO COUPLES COUNSELING? Kyle Benson Ongoing relationship distress is harmful to each romantic partner’s mental1 and…

7 Things You Never Have to Wear Again

7 THINGS YOU NEVER HAVE TO WEAR AGAIN Angel Chernoff “The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so…

It’s Time to Change How We Treat Couples in Recovery

IT’S TIME TO CHANGE HOW WE TREAT COUPLES IN RECOVERY Robert Navarra, Psy.D. It has been a remarkable journey toward…