Stress Management: 32 Proven Ways To Relieve Stress

Stress is inevitable. It can be either good or bad depending on what type it is and how we perceive it. For example, the stress an athlete might experience before an event can propel him to perform better. However, chronic stress,...

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Being A Kinder Partner: The Benefits Of Kindness

Remember when you couldn’t wait to lavish the one you loved with a million kindnesses, big and small? Once upon a time, the idea of being compassionate, thoughtful and self-sacrificing was not difficult. It wasn’t an imposition. It wasn’t an...

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Is Love Addictive? The Brain In Love

Most of us have heard the expression, "love is blind". It is a way of explaining why, when we are in love, we tend to overlook the negatives in our partners and focus only on the positives. When two people...

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Sex Therapy: 8 Ways To A Better Sex Life

Type in “a better sex life” on your laptop or smartphone. Your search engine is likely generous with responses (more than 2 billion pages on Google). Some helpful, some not, and some downright disturbing. But the thousands of listed blog posts,...

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The Best Life Coaching Tips On How To Overcome Obstacles

Our goals, objectives, and dreams drive each of us forward individually. With our eyes fixed on the target, and a plan in place, we hope to move ahead, eventually reaching success. You may be in pursuit of your own goal...

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How Not To Break Up When The Going Gets Tough

No couple is immune to tough times, especially in today's world. Every relationship suffers some level of stress, loss, transition, upset, and negativity. What is your marriage facing? Poor health, job or a career crisis? The loss of a parent or...

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The Long Road Back: Making Amends For Bad Behavior

Everyone makes mistakes. It is an old cliché but completely true for all of us. When dealing with a spouse or partner, however, the question becomes how bad of a mistake has been made and whether the person who made...

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Toxic Marriage? The Top 8 Signs Of A Toxic Marriage And Their Remedies

There are many statistical predictors of divorce in an unhealthy relationship, such as: if your parents were divorced you stand a 40% chance of getting divorced; or if there are significant money problems and large debt, your marriage runs...

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Agreeing To Disagree, A Path To Conflict Resolution

Stalemates happen. You and your partner have talked an issue to death. You’ve made your case. They’ve made theirs. So you say the words. “Alright, let’s just agree to disagree.” Seems like a good idea. It’s clearly a happier alternative to escalating the...

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Is Perfectionism Good Or Bad?

A new client came to see me recently and explained that he finds it very hard to decide almost anything. The more important the decision the more he agonizes. He wants every decision to be “perfect”. He is often petrified...

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