Divorce and Breakup Counseling

Dating and When to Settle

Betsy Writes, I've been alone for a big part of my life and haven't had much success in relationships. Recently I met a man who seemed perfect at first. We've now been together about 6 months and I'm starting to see flaws in him - things that I don't know if I can move past (he has trust issues, anger issues, etc.) However, I don't want to break up with him because I'm afraid I won't find anyone else. What should I do?

By |2018-09-22T16:27:03-04:00February 17th, 2015|Divorce and Breakup Counseling|

Dating After Divorce

Maryanne writes: I'm recently divorced and just started dating. I met a man who is also recently divorced and we really hit it off. The problem is that I feel so insecure about moving forward and if his intentions are just to have fun or to date more seriously. I want to ask him, but don't want to seem needy. Any relationship advice?

Single over the Holidays in New York City – How to Deal

If any of you caught newlywed Kelly Clarkson’s fairly recent interview in Parade magazine, you probably couldn’t help but hone in on the part where she said this: “I was single for almost seven years...Every Holiday Season, it was like, ‘Seriously, I’m still pathetically alone? Awesome. I’m still telling people I’m okay with it? I’m not.’”

By |2018-09-22T16:37:20-04:00December 9th, 2013|Divorce and Breakup Counseling|

Is Your Partner Married To His/Her Office?

We (unfortunately/fortunately depending on your perspective) no longer need to be office-bound to be getting work done. Great for productivity..bad for personal relationships. It’s now easier than ever to bring the stresses of work home and to stay connected to the workplace. This not only impacts on our individual stress levels in this fast-paced technological world, but also can negatively affect our relationships.

By |2012-09-08T14:56:02-04:00September 8th, 2012|Divorce and Breakup Counseling|