Power Play: What to Do About Inequality in Your Relationship

Power Play: What to Do About Inequality in Your Relationship Some relationships reflect differences in expression, ability, or effort. It’s possible to view these differences just as brief chapters in your larger, mutually loving story. However, there are other relationships which remain...

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Why Your Divorce Doesn’t Have to be a Disaster

Why Your Divorce Doesn't Have to be a Disaster Divorce is hard. So are the feelings and transitions that come with it. The decision to end your marriage is likely the result of deep thinking, strong emotion, and an ongoing concern...

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“It’s Over!” You Disagree: How to Stop a Divorce

How to Stop a Divorce Is an impending divorce wreaking havoc on your well-being? Were relationship "red flags" waving for quite some time, but you turned a blind eye to them? From the outside or even from within a marriage, the...

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How to Stop a Divorce…The Best Advice

How to Stop a Divorce...The Best Advice Whether you had an idea that things were not going so well or you were caught completely off guard, your spouse has now stated with clarity that divorce is the next step. Even if...

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Troubled Marriage? Here Are the Top Divorce Predictors

Troubled Marriage? Here Are the Top Divorce Predictors There are many statistical predictors of divorce 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...

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The Truth About Divorce: Reality Check

The Truth About Divorce: Reality Check Couples often come to my office for counseling when they are just about at the end of their patience with each other. They have either been arguing uncontrollably, been distant and withdrawn or perhaps just...

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