Life Transitions

A Counselor’s Review—Your relationship bill of rights

A Counselor’s Review—Your relationship bill of rights

In our graduate school program, It was recommended that we, “sit on the other side of the sofa” for at least a year.  This was to give us the benefit of what it would feel like to

“You are alone?” – – “Why yes I am.”

“You are alone?” – – “Why yes I am.”

In thinking how to write about what I feel were some valuable messages I gained on a recent vacation, I just cannot think how to write them in the form of a blog with tips.  It really is more of

A Counselor’s Review on Relationships – – 5 Ways to Safeguard a Marriage Against Divorce

A Counselor’s Review on Relationships – – 5 Ways to Safeguard a Marriage Against Divorce

Besides counselors and therapists, who else would be able to speak on what causes divorce? 

After divorce—5 points that can help you find your way

After divorce—5 points that can help you find your way

After divorce, I’ve heard differing perspectives. Neither are wrong. It’s what’s right for you. Some people feel like

Counselor’s Motivational – – Breaking patterns

Counselor’s Motivational – – Breaking patterns

No matter what makes you choose to seek out therapy, oftentimes it has to do with breaking some sort of pattern. It could be