Infertility is a problem where a couple is not able to get pregnant after one year of trying (or six months if a woman is 35 or older.) This also includes women who can get pregnant but are unable to stay pregnant.
Communication in a healthy relationship isn’t as simple as saying ”I love you” but requires keeping your finger on the pulse of your partner’s feelings and developing positive communication habits.
Please see below for an interesting article about relationship habits that are unhealthy but common among couples. I have seen these habits come up with many couples that I have worked with in my practice over the years. As my couples grow more conscious in their relationships they are able to let go of these habits.
Never mind that age-old childhood saying about “sticks and stones” - in the real world, words do harm and have a way of wedging themselves between couples and, over time, of building up a fortress of resentment and anger.
In the beginning of your relationship, you smiled from the minute you woke up to the moment you laid your head on your pillow to go to sleep. The happiness you felt in your relationship was so clear, so palpable, that it was almost contagious to those around you.
Please see below for an excellent article about marriage advice from couples who have been married for 10 plus years.
Whether you’re having one of the best days of your relationship or you’re mid-argument, your partner wants to know you’re still in love. Daily affirmations serve as gentle reminders that you’re still passionate, serious, and planning to stick around for years to come — hopefully forever.
Money is often a major source of tension in relationships. Far too often couples break up over this. Many relationships could overcome the issue and end up in healthier relationships if they applied simply proven methods to address the problem.
A major emotional symptom of anxiety is a “persistent or severe fear or worry in situations where most people wouldn’t feel threatened.” People with anxiety also suffer from physical symptoms of which include, difficulty sleeping. Anxiety can keep us awake as we struggle with unhealthy thoughts in our head.
The notion of living “happily ever after” typically only holds true in Cinderella-like fairytales and love stories. In the real world, the daily pressures of work, raising children, caring for parents, and other stressors create many challenges for even the strongest and most healthy relationships.