A code of silence pervades male culture stating that it is not masculine to talk about feelings. Here’s what to do about it!
Yes, a healthy relationship does take time. Here’s what to do.
Are you caught in traditional gender roles? Here’s another perspective to consider.
Some partners avoid conflict because they think they’re keeping the peace.
Insecure relationships are a recipe for pain. Tell me about it.
What is your attachment style with your intimate other? Anxious, Avoidant or . . .
Are you caught up in the pursue-withdraw pattern? Find out how to break it now.
Hey guys,if you have a baby on the way, this is really important to know.
Joe Sanok is a counselor, speaker, and consultant for therapists in private practice. He hosts The Practice of the Practice, the #1 podcast for counselors with over 50,000 downloads per month.
The bottom line is finding the things that need to happen for your practice and then continually asking yourself, “Should I be doing this or can I pay somebody to do this so I can do more counseling?”
When people characteristically bottle their emotions or brood, even though they look so different, those patterns of emotions are actually associated with lower levels of well-being and high levels of depression and anxiety.
Some couples slide through major relationship transitions, while others make intentional decisions about moving through them.
A happy marriage is a protective factors against illness. How cool is that?
We all make mistakes when judging situations or people, and biases influence many of our conclusions. Failing to recognize and manage these biases can keep an unhappy marriage in the dark.
The first step in problem-solving is to identify your core needs. Problem solving fails when partners are not open to being influenced or when one partner gives up too much.
The first step is to have a pre-conflict warm-up.