Blog 2018-05-08T18:59:07+00:00
602, 2020

Why Romance Dies

It’s sad when romance dies. Some couples stay together for entire lifetimes after romance is gone. It can be lost in a short time, or slowly, over a period of years. Some couples have a [...]

3101, 2020

Military Vets and Intimacy

Military veterans are 60% more likely to separate or divorce than non-military couples and the percentages are even higher for combat veterans.  The reasons cited are PTSD, anger issues, an inability to talk about their [...]

2901, 2020

Grieving the Loss of an Elderly Parent with Your Partner

The loss of an elderly parent is a complex sort of grief that can affect you in unexpected ways and also have a huge impact on your relationship with your partner. If you and your [...]

2401, 2020

Silent Treatment

Harmful and destructive, communication is what’s needed  The cold shoulder, the silent treatment; the punitive act of “freezing” someone out of your presence; this is a tactic used to punish and alienate someone in the [...]

2201, 2020

Stay At Home Parents Need To Get Out

If your partner is a stay at home parent (either mom or dad) taking care of small children, do them a favor. Help them get out of the house more. It seems like a small [...]

1701, 2020

Loving Partner

When you’re part of a couple, you are in possession of a great gift; a loving partner that you can turn to when you’re feeling worried or uncertain.  Simply knowing you have that loving partner [...]

1601, 2020

Love Never Dies

Welcome to Part 5 of our Life Transitions series. This is the end, literally. Titled, Love Never Dies.  In this week’s installment I’m going to address a topic that not a lot of people will [...]

1301, 2020

Best Friends

Do you treat your partner as your best friend? Maybe you see them as more than a friend, and that’s how it should be, but in the day to day interactions between you do you [...]

801, 2020

Retirement – These Are the Good Times

The Retirement years are the good times. Welcome to my ongoing series on life transitions. In past installments I’ve covered issues related to newlyweds in Part I, raising a family in Part II and the [...]

2612, 2019

Childless Couples

There’s still a social stigma around childless couples. I hear from couples who are pained by assumptions made that they’re selfish or narcissistic, or that they are lacking something in life by choosing to remain childless. [...]

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