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Women often complain that they would love some originality for Valentine’s day, and, maybe that’s what you got. Dr. Amy explains how to deal with Valentine’s Day PTSD.
Valentine’s Day UGH. Feeling the pressure to have the BEST VALENTINE’S DAY EVER? Try spreading the love year round - your partner and your relationship will thank you.
Love is in the air and that calls for…. Dr. Amy’s favorite romantic playlist!
The number one most important thing you must do is to spend quality time together.
Welcome to 2019! It’s a new year and it’s time for a new you. The new year is a great time to shake the patterns of the past, grow as a person, and live your best life. Here’s some recommended reading to help you get started on your path to greatness!
The pressure of the holidays and extra time spent with loved ones can really show us where we need to do work to keep relationships strong.
These movies are always a good place to go when you need to feel better about your relationship. Or, if you’re single, it’s a nice reminder that things could always be worse. Haha!
Infidelity causes intense emotional pain — anger, disbelief, fear, guilt, shame. But an affair doesn't have to mean the end of your marriage. Understand how a marriage can be rebuilt after an affair.
If no one is listening, a simple misunderstanding can snowball into much more.
Dr. Amy offers advice on how to keep a relationship fulfilling and healthy in the face of challenges. Here she discusses eight pitfalls to avoid during marital conflicts.
Assertiveness can help control stress and anger and improve coping skills for mental illnesses. Learn assertive behavior with these steps.
Looking for love? Or, are just looking for new ways to improve your relationship? Try these books, they're full of great advice and the perfect compliment to counseling.
The book, The 5 Love Languages: the Secret to Love that Lasts, gives great insight into the different ways we communicate love to others.
Healthier relationships move into a different and more mature stage - where both partners look within to find the source of their own anxiety, find ways to soothe themselves without trying to change the other person, and learn to accept and love the other person despite their frustrating quirks.
This blog is for all of you who feel lonely and a bit left out on Valentine’s Day. It’s also for those who are madly in love and planning your perfect date. Last but not least, it’s for the ones who have lost that “loving feeling” under layers of childcare, carpooling and grinding work schedules.