Anything will give up its secrets if you love it enough.
The ruse about love woven into the psyche of baby boomers and the generations they reared wrought havoc that forever altered the landscape of America’s families and neighborhoods.
The genuine solitaries of life fear intimacy more than loneliness.
To live several lives, you have to die several deaths.
You may say, “Prove to me you will not mistreat me as I was in the past” or “Make up to me for what someone else did to me.”
When I ask you to listen to me and you start by giving advice,
You have not done what I asked.
Effective communication is the cement that holds a relationship together.
Virginia Satir answers a teenager’s question: “How can I prepare myself for facing life?”
Five universal freedoms articulated by Virginia Satir.
With children no longer the universally accepted reason for marriage, marriages are going to have to exist on their own merit.
Consider these six questions for greater insight into your unique family tree.
A poignant lesson on living. Which chapter are you on?
Twenty-two point guideline for sound communication whether you’re dealing with a partner, parents, children or friends.
Fifteen practical benefits couples get out of a weekend in a leading evidence-based marriage and relationship skills training program.
It is important to keep your relationship current in the present. The past is history and cannot be changed; the future is uncertain. A relationship thrives or withers in the present.
“There are no set rules for marriage anymore.” ~ Anthony Brandt
It’s not just, “What were you thinking?” but also, “From where were you thinking?”
Considering the parts and functions of the human brain offers a scientific explanation for the importance of bonding.