Healing After the End of a Relationship

Healing After the End of a Relationship

Written by therapist Bria McCalpin As much as we hope that we do not break up with a partner, sometimes relationships can end either expectedly, or as a surprise. Regardless, relationships are hard work, so when they do not succeed, it can be even more difficult to...
How to Use Your Partners Love Languages

How to Use Your Partners Love Languages

A common tool used in couple therapy is the five love languages. Many people have heard of them before, but I have found that not many couples know how to truly use them in their marriage. The real point of knowing your partner’s love language is to be able to show...
It Takes A Village

It Takes A Village

The phrase “it takes a village” has always been a bit cliche to me. Yet, ironically, I’ve found myself saying it more the past 9 months and truly believing it. I had my first child 9 months ago and was thrown into a crazy adventure. I had friends share their...
Speaking the Right Language

Speaking the Right Language

Written by therapist Roslyn Jordan A primary key factor to sustaining healthy relationships is being able to appropriately express love and care and being willing to extend and receive forgiveness. In his New York Times bestselling book, The Five Love Languages and...
Setting Boundaries with Others

Setting Boundaries with Others

Written by therapist Bria McCalpin Boundaries are about understanding your limits and they have a lot to do with self-awareness and understanding. Everyone has their own list of boundaries, whether we are conscious of them or not. This could be feeling anxious when...
Empty Chair

Empty Chair

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis You probably don’t notice me Last night you threw your 7th piece of laundry on top of me I get it, I’m not the most pleasing sight to see I was hoping to be the resting place for your weary feet I know, I’m hard, unyielding,...