Millennials and the Relationship Contract

Millennials and the Relationship Contract

Did someone say relationship contract? Yes, it’s really a thing! A relationship contract is a document that gets written up and signed by (usually) two people within an intimate relationship. It’s not legally binding in any way, but it is a great way to start an open and honest conversation about the wants and needs in a relationship.

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Why Seek a Marriage Counselor for Military Couples?

Why Seek a Marriage Counselor for Military Couples?

Every relationship can be a challenge, but military couples pose challenges that most people in a committed relationship don’t have to confront. Some of these challenges might include long distance relationships and regular separations. There is constant change and adapting when one or both spouses are in the military.

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Sex Therapy for Singles

Sex Therapy for Singles

In contrast to popular belief, sex therapy is not just for couples! Many times people think of sex therapy, they think of two people seeking a professional’s guidance on addressing likes and dislikes in the bedroom, or how they can enhance their sexual experiences if they’re in a rut.

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What it Means to Share the Load in a Relationship

What it Means to Share the Load in a Relationship

Often in therapy the same issue continues to come up. The woman feels like she is doing everything and instead of voicing her needs she internalizes this cry for help and creates a feeling overwhelming anxiety for herself, feeling weak that she should even need to ask. Meanwhile the partner has no idea that his wife feels undervalued, overwhelmed, and stressed. It’s no one’s fault, really. Our society has established this norm, and it is a tough one to push through.

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