Marriage Counseling | Relationships Blog Relationships Blog Keeping Love and Romance Alive In Your Relationship Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Almost every love story begins like a fairy tale. Relationship beginnings are always incredible and they can often experience a renaissance following wedding, honeymoon, or even a special anniversary. Couples often find that the love and romance becomes more of a challenge to keep alive when their lives evolve with jobs, children, and [...]

Can This Relationship Be Helped? Monday, April 27th, 2009

I have been counseling couples for 35 years. Quite often individuals come in for help wondering if it is really possible to save or improve their relationship. Perhaps their partner is totally uninterested in working on the relationship. Perhaps their partner is an alcoholic or drug addict. What are their chances of saving their relationship?
Since [...]

How To Keep The Love Alive In Your Relationship Thursday, April 16th, 2009

Some believe that romance should just come naturally, and if it doesn’t, or if the original closeness that existed in a relationship starts to subside, it means that something is wrong. Nothing is further from the truth. Keeping love alive requires time, attention and the willingness to keep things fresh and learn how to constantly [...]

Rediscovering Love and Intimacy Saturday, March 7th, 2009

Wendy started counseling with me because Terence, her husband of 14 years, had just expressed to her that he wanted to end their relationship. Wendy, terrified of being alone, was panicked. Within a few minutes of speaking with her in a phone session, I understood exactly the underlying cause of their relationship problems.
Wendy, coming from [...]

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