If you want to love the person on the outside then you have to love the person on the inside. If you want to love the person on the inside, you have to know the authentic person on the inside.
Over the course of my career as a couples therapist, I have noticed that most couples fall into one of two categories: distressed and non-distressed.
“I can’t believe the big day is here! I am so happy and don’t want the feeling to end!” said almost every bride and every groom in nearly every romantic comedy movie out there on their wedding day. Admittedly, on my wedding day, I was happy. It was an overwhelming...
When our efforts match our expectations, there is equilibrium in our relationships. But, what happens when one partner holds unrealistic expectations of the other?
Our imagination has the power to influence our behaviors and outcomes.
Insider tips from a licensed psychotherapist on how to survive (and thrive) this holiday season.
Studies reveal that strong friendships not only improve our mood, they can make us more successful.
Research shows that many of our decisions are tainted by past emotional investments, leading us to employ flawed logic when trying to make important decisions.
Are you one of the many Americans experiencing job-related stress?
It has been said that true success cannot exist in the absence of strong character.