We all have an “attachment style” and this informs how we show up in our closest relationships. To learn more about the styles and to identify your own, keep reading.
Because we live in a world where fat is a four letter word, body shaming is the norm and approximately 91% of women are unhappy with their bodies, I want to share 55 body positive quotes and resources to encourage your own radical self acceptance and body love.
Some of these quotes and resources may be familiar, but many may be new to you. Whatever the case, I hope they feel supportive, nourishing, and inspiring on your own journey to greater body positivity.
The reality is that, for most couples in long term relationships, it’s common to stop asking questions and striking up conversations that can help strengthen the emotional intimacy in your relationship. And this – getting to know your partner’s inner world and strengthening the emotional intimacy between you two – is the lifeblood of any relationship.
Here are 99 questions to help you strengthen this emotional intimacy.
Let’s face it: Life is often very hard. So who among us doesn’t need a pep talk from time to time?
So today’s post is a little different. It’s a pep talk, a letter of encouragement, a note from me to you that you can bookmark, file away, and open for those times when you’re struggling and in need of care and reassurance (because let’s face it, we ALL have those times). It’s a personal pep talk to help see you through your own tough times. If you’re ready for a boost, keep reading…
When people learn I’m a couples counselor, I’m often asked for any juicy tidbits or words of wisdom I might have to support them in their relationship.
Juicy and wise, they may or may not be but there are a few things I’ve learned for sure about relationships in my work as a couples counselor that I’m always happy to share with folks.
Today, I want to share these seven key relationship insights with you.
“There’s a Perfect Partner out there for me and it will be easy with that person.” Do you either of these beliefs sound familiar? Have these beliefs been causing you pain or challenge in your relationships? If so, this post is for you.
With Valentine’s Day a mere week away, this post is dedicated to challenging two of the most widely held cultural introjects many of us seem to have about love and instead offer up some alternative ideas.