Understanding Your Needs in Relationships

Understanding Your Needs in Relationships

Written by therapist Bria McCalpin There may be a point in a relationship where you require specific needs, and they are not getting met by the person you want them from. Sometimes, we can be unsatisfied in relationships and find ourselves getting frustrated over time...
Validation in Relationships

Validation in Relationships

A lot of couples will come into therapy because they don’t feel like they are close anymore. Many times they will talk about how they are not physically close and through therapy they realize that they are not emotionally close anymore either. Having a stronger...
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...
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...
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...