Married to a therapist can have its drawbacks
One man’s story of surviving a type of therapy that derailed his life for thirteen years.
Chuck Chapman helps couples shift from problem starting to problem solving.
Countless studies have shown that having an engaged father greatly increases a child’s chances of having a good life.
But why? What is it that dads do that matters so much?
One woman’s story of breaking free from codependency.
Does your ex badmouth you to your kids?
Dads everywhere are treating their children in subtly ways that significantly harm their ability to be in relationships later in life. Most of us do it and don’t even realize it. Here’s how to tell if you are, and what do do about it.
What would happen if instead of complaining about today’s kids, and blaming them for their shortcomings, we spent a little more time connecting with them, building relationship. — On a snowy January day, there are few things I would rather avoid more than driving on the unplowed roads at 6:30 am. However, when my 16 year […]
What does it take for a man to ask for help when his relationship needs support? A lot apparently.
Dr. Elwood Watson believes that porn addiction is a problem of access and denial.
Shawn Henfling speaks about his own battle with depression and an actionable plan for helping others
Some problems are worth fighting through, especially in a marriage.
Having a baby can destroy your relationship. Being prepared makes an immense difference. This week’s video gives you 6 keys to maintaining a thriving relationship amidst the intensity of having a baby.
Where can we go when we give up the life of belief? A Year Without God: The Film‘s Ryan Bell has started a new venture, the website and podcast Life After God that focuses on counseling—and preaching to—the former congregation. — Where do believers go when their faith has run out? Is there a place […]
Steve Horsmon teams up with Heather Gray to help Jane and John get out of their own way.
Shame is so ugly, it’s the least studied human experience. We don’t want to touch, talk, read, or think about it. John Harrison, a licensed counselor, explains why. — A new couple coming to me for counseling greet me at the door to my office for their Monday 11 a.m. appointment. They enter with a […]