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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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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How Memory Works And How To Improve Your Own Memory

The mysteries of the brain intrigue most of us. That 3-pound mass of grey matter with its 100 billion neurons protected by a relatively puny bony structure (the skull)  literally operates everything. The brain process we seem to be most...

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Is There A Difference Between A Life Coach And A Therapist?

Both coaching and therapy are based on continuous, one-on-one meetings between an individual and therapist or coach. Both professions assist individuals who are in need of change. Coaching and therapy are aimed at helping clients discover the right direction...

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Red Flag Personalities: How To Avoid The Relationship Trap

Summer is typically the time when people relax a bit more, take vacations and begin new relationships. Some summertime romances may have the potential of lasting a while but others have a short life span. Summer relationships are often thought of...

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4 Vital Skills That Make Problem-Solving Possible

"Problem-solver." In career circles, the descriptor is right up there with “team player” and “detail-oriented.” People love to tout the importance of finding solutions and how good they are at it. John is sure to put it on his resume and...

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How To Keep Financial Fights From Ruining Your Marriage

Are money problems in your marriage driving a contentious wedge between you? Are you considering marriage counseling to try and stop the constant bickering about spending, debt, and monetary infidelity? You’re not alone. Unfortunately, financial fights are frequently named as a...

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How To Have A Difficult Conversation

We tend to avoid difficult conversations for many reasons. We may be afraid to start a fight; we may think we would be rejected or misunderstood; we don’t want to annoy; maybe the point we would like to make...

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