Before You Start Couples Therapy

Before You Start Couples Therapy

It is often difficult to start therapy for one person but trying to get two people involved can be even more complicated. You may want to begin couples therapy because you notice aspects of your relationship you want to work on, or you are having a hard time...
Just Do the Next Right Thing

Just Do the Next Right Thing

I’ve seen dark before, but not like this This is cold, this is empty, this is numb The life I knew is over, the lights are out Hello, darkness, I’m ready to succumb I follow you around, I always have But you’ve gone to a place I cannot find This grief has a gravity,...
Understanding Dissociation

Understanding Dissociation

Do you ever experience any of the following? Spacing out or daydreaming Becoming ‘glazed over’ Detaching or disconnecting from yourself or the world around you Feeling outside of your body, or like your body doesn’t belong to you Feeling like the world around you is...
(Re)Discovering Your Partner II

(Re)Discovering Your Partner II

In Part One, we discussed how to communicate about the positive aspects of you and your relationships. We may pride ourselves in knowing our partners to the point where it becomes second nature or the norm to know different aspects of your partner. However, it can be...