Posts in the ‘Relationship Advice’ Category

8 Benefits of Being a Nice Person

Growing up, we are taught to be “nice”.  Turns out that being a nice person is not only beneficial to others but to ourselves as well. A recent study was conducted with over 1.9 million participants, the results of the study indicate that being “nice” or as we in the field of psychology “agreeable” has

Helpful Ways to Find Your Purpose in Life

Finding your purpose in life is a deeply personal and introspective journey. It may take time, self-reflection, and exploration to discover what truly gives your life meaning and fulfillment. Here are some steps that can help you in the process: 1. Self-reflection: Take time to reflect on your values, passions, and interests. Ask yourself what

My Views on Leadership

In my recent attendance at the EOS(Entrepreneur Operating System) Conference, there were many discussions about leadership. What qualities do good leaders have and what are important things to keep in mind to help you to be a good leader. Here are some of the things that I learned: The 5 Qualities of a Successful Leader: Strategic thinker

5 Tips for Being the Parent All Teens Would Love

Don’t we all want to be the parents our children want?!? Easier said than done, right?!?  There is no one right way to parent because every child has different needs when it comes to parents, but there are some common mistakes we make. Read the article below to see if you are making any of these common

How to Be More Empathic and Be a Better Communicator

Good and effective communication can be very hard and can need a lot of practice for someone to be good at it.  There are a few simple things that you can do to be a better communicator.  For example, using “I” statements and stating how you think, feel, want, etc rather than using “You” statements. 

How Does Your Partners Stress Affect You???

Do you fight with your partner?  Of you do!  We are all do!  Conflict is a natural part of any relationship.  But what happens to you, emotionally and physically, when you have an argument with you partner? A recent study found a link between a spouse’s stress, a couple’s conflict, and cortisol levels. This article

6 Ways to Love Someone with Mental Illness

When someone you love suffers from mental illness, it is not only difficult for them, but it can also be difficult for the people who around them. You may not always understand what they are doing through and how they are feeling and your relationship with them may have changed. The good news is that

3 Simple Questions to Improve Your Relationships

Relationships are such a significant part of our daily lives whether it is a romantic relationship, a business relationship, a friendship, or any other type of relationship.  Relationships can be challenging and difficult at times but there are many, simple ways, to significantly improve our most important relationships.   Read this article to ask yourself

How is Your Relationship With Your SELF???

When I came across this article, it was the title of the article that first intrigued me. After reading the article, I took some time to reflect about the different areas of myself which are discussed in the article. In my sessions with clients, we spend a great deal of time talking about the relationships

Ways in which Exercise Can Benefit Your Relationship

There are so many ways that exercise can benefit your life and believe it or not, exercise can help to improve your relationship when you exercise with your partner.   Check out this great article on the specific ways in which exercising with your partner can benefit your relationship: http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201407/exercise-therapy/couples-who-sweat-together-stay-together?tr=HomeColItem

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