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7 Things You Must Do to Make Sex Exciting

Posted by:   |  Jan 05, 2017

Many in a relationship would say that what makes intimacy exciting is sex, as it forms the edifice of a relationship. If you want to make the relationship work, you need to keep the passion alive. Couples report that sex becomes dull after a while and they start disconnecting physically or treating it like a […]...  Read more


RITUALS OF A BETTER MARRIAGE

Posted by:   |  Jan 05, 2017

A “couple ritual” or “relationship ritual” is, by definition, a prearranged, repeated activity between two people in a loving intimate relationship that is connecting, enhancing and meaningful. Rituals are regular reminders of the bond you share with your partner. It enables a couple to focus on each other and build positive dynamics that become habitual […]...  Read more


How To Find A Marriage Counselor?

Posted by:   |  Dec 13, 2016

  If you are looking for a marriage counselor to help your relationship through a rough patch, you want to make sure that you find the right marriage counselor to suit your needs. Not every marriage counselor is going to understand your situation or be right for you and your loved one. In order to […]...  Read more


7 Warning Signs of Anger Management Problems

Posted by:   |  Dec 05, 2016

Anger is a natural emotional reaction we have all faced when our needs or desires are blocked. It happens when we are confronting an unpleasant situation that is causing frustration or irritation. Anger, like any other emotion, is not the problem, the problem is the way we deal with it. If it is harming us […]...  Read more


6 Effective Skills for Containing Excessive Anger

Posted by:   |  Nov 14, 2016

Do you get angry when your employees do not cooperate? Do you suffer from a road rage when someone cuts you off in traffic? Do you have a tantrum  when your siblings break your belongings? Anger is a normal emotion like any other, and expressing it constructively is healthy for human beings. However, it becomes […]...  Read more


Treating Alcohol With Couples and Marriage Therapy

Posted by:   |  Oct 31, 2016

Alcohol Use Disorders (AUD) come in two general forms, or levels: Alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence. Alcohol abuse refers to a problem pattern where the drinking interferes with work, school, or home life, as well as where the drinking is hazardous, such as in driving an automobile or operating machinery. Or, the problem may generate […]...  Read more


What Is Worse – A Physical Or Emotional Affair?

Posted by:   |  Oct 14, 2016

Things have been suspicious for a while. You are seeing them distance themselves from you. Their eyes do not light up like they used to when you were around. They do not laugh at your jokes anymore. Where could all this be leading to? Are they falling out of love? Has someone else gotten their […]...  Read more


The Power of Mindfulness

Posted by:   |  Sep 26, 2016

Mindfulness as a State of Mind The word mindfulness stems from Buddhist Psychology, and originates from Pali language, and is synonymous with awareness, retention, and discernment (Shapiro and S.L., 2009). In simpler terms, it refers to paying attention to one’s immediate experience. The word slowly integrated with western science and people started associating it with […]...  Read more


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