Of all the arguments among married couples, only 25% of them will be resolved.
What do you do when your loved one’s behavior bothers you?
Safety and security are the real rewards when trust and commitment are both intact.
When we do this, we begin to sense the compassion we have for our children.
It takes a lot to regulate intense negative emotions, like anger, long enough to consider alternative responses.
I make the case for improving your response flexibility in communication with your partner.
Your imagination is powerful and was at its pinnacle when you were a child.
Quality time is about giving someone our undivided attention, period, even if it’s only for a few minutes.
People usually meet their therapeutic goals faster if they’re highly motivated to change.