The Biggest Problem For People Who Are Depressed is usually one that isn’t even mentioned on standard Depression Inventories. In fact, many people who are depressed may not even know it. Continue reading “The biggest problem for people who are depressed”
Why do we do it? Why do we continue to give and give, and try and try, and spend our precious life-hours catering to people who don’t give back? Continue reading “Selfish Friends”
No matter how many times you tell your kids, parents, partner, or friends you love them, nothing beats hearing a detailed description of exactly what it is you love about them.
So why don’t we do this more often? Why do we wait until someone dies to describe all the things we loved about them? Continue reading “Tricky Tuesday: How to say “I Love You” in a more meaningful way.”
Let’s talk about differences in desire in intimate relationships. The topic is so important, that of the 100 or so choices on the symptom list I give to new couples, “differences in desire” consistently gets the highest number of hits. Continue reading “Tricky Tuesday: Differences in desire”
Visits with in-laws are often difficult times for couples because there’s always someone in the family who annoys or offends you. In today’s example, Christine and Jeremy are planning a week at the cabin with his whole family. Continue reading “Tricky Tuesday: Trouble with the In-laws”