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6 06, 2018

Patience and Compassion

2018-06-07T18:27:47+00:00

I recently met a man who taught me a lesson in patience and compassion who was the caregiver for his wife who is suffering from a severe illness. I could tell from our conversation that he was experiencing a level of burnout from being a constant caregiver. I suggested that he get some R [...]

Patience and Compassion 2018-06-07T18:27:47+00:00
11 05, 2018

Marriage Counseling: When the Relationship is Tested by Illness

2018-05-11T21:03:28+00:00

When you and your partner start out you never think, plan or dream that you could have something as drastic as a chronic illness that might test your commitment and your resolve to make your relationship work. There are a lot of great words we tell each other like, “for better and for worse, [...]

Marriage Counseling: When the Relationship is Tested by Illness 2018-05-11T21:03:28+00:00
3 05, 2018

Marriage Counseling: Crying with One Foot Out the Door

2018-05-03T01:22:25+00:00

There’s a phrase that I hear often from couples in crisis. “My partner is pulling away.” Not just emotionally, but physically too. It seems that when things are not going well or a couple gets into a repetitive negative cycle that one or both of the partners starts pulling away. They withdraw their presence [...]

Marriage Counseling: Crying with One Foot Out the Door 2018-05-03T01:22:25+00:00
3 04, 2018

Relationship Advice: Why You Need to Stop Nagging

2018-04-03T15:03:39+00:00

I know it can get to be an awful habit. We find ourselves repeating the same things over and over in an endless loop of “nag, nag nag…” While that thing that you’re nagging your partner about may seem like a huge deal, if you step back for a moment, you might see that [...]

Relationship Advice: Why You Need to Stop Nagging 2018-04-03T15:03:39+00:00