How To Speak Your Partner’s Language

I was working with a couple recently, and they were getting stuck on an issue that plagues a lot of us. One partner, let’s call her Lily, was much less interested in romance than her husband (let’s call him Rich). Rich wanted to go on dates with his wife, get out of the house, go out to[…]

Preparing Your Relationship For A Medical Crisis

If you, your partner or child, a parent or other immediate family member, becomes diagnosed with a long-term illness, gets severely injured, or faces some other medical crisis, it will obviously affect your relationship. We know this, and yet we don’t like to spend much time planning for that possibility. The thing is: Life is long. If you’re with[…]

Preparing Your Relationship For Children

Every couple is different. For some of us, the first year of marriage is awesome — for some of us, it’s incredibly stressful. Some couples adjust to children quickly and easily, but the majority of us have a much more difficult transition. For every new experience, of course, there’s a honeymoon — when everything seems like a dream, because it’s new[…]

Equine Assisted Therapy Groups This Summer!

Guess what? Starting in June, I’m going to be doing two different Equine Assisted Therapy Groups. One group will focus on addiction recovery, and the other on healing from anxiety/depression. If you would like support in either of those areas, I would love for you to consider signing up. Equine Assisted Therapy is a fascinating, growing field that studies show[…]