The NFL player said they went to couples counseling to get back on track — but it was a letter from his wife that has really stuck with him.
Everyone in our lives urged us to move on.
5. Be Responsible and Proactive Instead of being reactive, when we choose to be proactive, we take up the responsibility
It doesn't always take two to tango, therapists say.
Polish the gem of love and respect, in us and you'll earn a love as solid as a diamond and a warrior that will stand in the gap for you and with you all the days of your life.
My family wants to see the kids but not him, and I live with him, so I'm in this impossible situation. To the point where
The last thing that you need is for the stress of infertility to elicit behaviors in you or your partner that trigger each other, yet even couples who recover easily from the many disappointments along the way are at the mercy of this likelihood. What are some of these triggers and what do you need to know in order to deal with them more effectively?
What distinguishes successful couples is the ability to repair. How we handle the breakdown makes all the difference in the world. Don't be discouraged by conflict. Whether disconnections are frequent or few and far between, they can deepen trust if you step into the repair mode promptly.
Many couples choose to do premarital counseling before their wedding, especially if they are religious. My then-boyfriend Dan and I did something a little different. We took a premarital counseling course before Dan even proposed.
As a relationship expert, I have seen far too many people prematurely jump into relationships not being constitutionally ready for the commitment that coupling requires.