What Not to Do: Understanding the 4 Predictors of Divorce

In our culture, we’re aware of the divorce rate. We make plenty of jokes about divorce. But rarely do we really talk about divorce. There’s no shortage of relationship advice making the rounds. A lot of it is super helpful and we can learn plenty about what we should...

8 Clear Ways Your Attachment Style Impacts Your Relationships

According to attachment theory, established by 1960’s relationship experts John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, children and their primary caregivers develop relationships that inform children’s adult relationships later in life. Essentially, adults have four general...

10 Ways to Get Through the Grief of a Broken Relationship

It’s over. The relationship you thought was solid has crumbled. You feel confused, hurt, lost.   You are telling yourself you failed and wonder if you will ever find someone else.  Your attempts to “get over it” are not working, nor is trying to power through the...

5 Reasons Why Couples Therapy Should Not be Your Last Hope

So, how does couples therapy sound? Honestly. When you imagine the process of seeking out a stranger to tell your troubles to, are you looking forward to it?  Or do you believe the sign on your therapist’s door may as well read: “Welcome to your last resort.” After...