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106, 2020

If Your Partner Goes Out to Work

If your partner is one of millions of essential employees who is keeping our country running and caring for the sick during the coronavirus outbreak he or she is an unknown hero.  For you, being [...]

2205, 2020

Ways to Cope in Isolation with Your Partner

Many of us are weeks into isolation in hopes of flattening the curve of contagion during this coronavirus pandemic. This is a stressful time for all of us. Couples are dealing with a completely different [...]

1405, 2020

Pets During Isolation

Our world is on lockdown and we are self-isolating to slow the contagion of the Coronavirus COVID-19. If you are an extrovert who lives alone you may be very tempted to go see a friend [...]

705, 2020

Family Fun: Isolation Activities

Kids are home, most of you (I hope) are staying home. Social isolation and physical distancing is beginning to take its toll for some of you. Patience is wearing thin, kids are bored and grumpy, [...]

105, 2020

Coronavirus: Keep Emotional and Spiritual Connections Strong

As Americans are being asked and required to be socially and physically distant during the Coronavirus pandemic, emotional and spiritual connection becomes even more important. If you’re an introvert, this is what you’ve been training [...]

2304, 2020

Social Isolation Can Be Good For Your Relationship

Some of you are on week two or three (maybe more) of sheltering at home with your partner in social isolation.  During this forced togetherness there is a golden opportunity for you and your partner [...]

1604, 2020

Help Your Unhappy Partner

Your partner has changed, they’re acting upset, unhappy or simply down or depressed. How can you help your unhappy partner?  When people we love are hurting it’s natural to want to help, to fix things [...]

704, 2020

Empathy In Action

Empathy:  Do you know what that word means? To have empathy is to feel and share the emotions of another and thereby better understand what they are experiencing. Daniel Goleman describes three kinds of empathy; [...]

2603, 2020

The Beauty of Stolen Moments

Sunsets, roses, or a moonlight night; these are things that inspire and touch us. These are the moments that we want to share with our partner. The simple act of bringing something to your lover’s [...]

2003, 2020

Should You Blindly Support Your Partner?

Should you blindly support your partner, even if you disagree with them? This is a question that came up recently in a session with a couple. One of the best things about having a life [...]

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