Did you know that there are three stages to the lifecycle of a romantic relationship? And, in my opinion as a therapist, knowing about these three stages can be a real relief in your own relationship if you’re struggling. To learn about these three stages, come on over to the blog to keep reading.
Many of us will have someone in our lives who struggles with their mental health. This can raise all sorts of questions like if and how we can show up for this person, what we need in order to take care of ourselves and what boundaries we may need to hold, and more. Today we explore all of these questions.
Secure attachment can lead to a greater sense of connection and fulfillment in our close and intimate relationships. But if we’re not securely attached, can we learn to be? And how do we do it? Today’s blog post answers these questions.
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.
Mother’s Day can often be a triggering, painful and complex day for many of us for many reasons: painful or no relationships with our mother, death and loss of our mothers or our children, or grief around our role as mother ourselves. In this post, I want to share my suggestions and a list of hand-picked resources about how to “celebrate” (or tolerate) the day if this is the case for you.