Empathy is a gift that’s simple to give, and a blessing to receive. It leads to kindness, and patience. Dr. Margaret Rutherford shows us how.
Divorce between two people who don’t have children, versus two people who do, is a different animal.
When couples walk in my door, saying, “We can’t communicate,” one of the things I immediately wonder is whether anyone is listening.
Dr. Margaret Rutherford on knowing when a loved one’s self destruction is too far out of your control.
Learning how to handle loving a narcissist? It’s a struggle but these tips will help.
How to recognize when you’re fighting the wrong fight.
Your marriage won’t be perfect, both of you will be imperfect, but when you make it this long, none of that will even matter.
To trust again, a sense of confidence in yourself is required
You can believe you and your family are above the Ashley Madison affair, that your faith and integrity could never waver. Never is a strong word.
Working through an affair is tough. It takes tremendous energy and vulnerability on both sides, but you and your partner can survive it.
It is exhausting to live in fear, and worse than that … it keeps you from living.
Dr. Margaret Rutherford never thought she’d have to accept this part of herself. Here’s how she did.
How do you figure out how to be in her presence—have a relationship with her—while not allowing yourself to be sucked into the vortex of her emotions?
Dr. Margaret Rutherford shares the results of her survey on men and depression.
Stuart Walker was finally ready to tell his story on depression. Here’s what Dr. Margaret Rutherford found out.
Just in the telling of the abuse, you are honoring the child who still remembers the pain. The confusion. The dread. The fear. And you are connecting with that child within you. Soothing him or her.