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How to Repair After a Fight

This post is designed to help you repair a “hurt” or a relationship conflict. “Conflict” is defined as a fight, disagreement, argument, or silence, distance, and lack of communication. Essentially there has been a “rupture” in your connection and now one or both of...

The Coronavirus Loneliness Epidemic Is About To Get Worse

Studies show half of Americans are feeling lonely and isolated, and this was BEFORE the coronavirus pandemic. Gulp. All over the world, people are being asked to distance themselves to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. According to the New York Times, half of...

How do I know when I’m ready for sex?

Recently, I had the opportunity to answer a group of high school students' questions about love and relationships.  One important question was “How do I know when I’m ready for sex?”  In the short video below, I dive into some important indicators to answer the...

Loving While Living with Mental Illness

My partner and I celebrated our two-year anniversary together as a couple at the end of last month. We had a casual dinner at a restaurant in our neighborhood. Halfway through the evening we shared our appreciation for each other with a toast and had a moment of...

How to Deal with an Emotionally Unavailable Partner

If you’re dealing with an emotionally unavailable partner, you’re not alone. Emotional unavailability is actually pretty common in relationships. But it’s something you can address in a healthy, positive and effective way. What’s an Emotionally Unavailable Partner? An...

The Relationship School is Helping Veterans

Did you know that, according to the American Psychological Association, nearly 25% of service members returning from Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom have reported symptoms of PTSD? And did you know that most veterans come home and their...

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