Sometimes we suspect that someone we love is struggling with their mental health, but because the topic is so complex and delicate, we don't even know where to begin. In an article published in US News & World Report, Dr. Alison Ross talks … [Read more...] about How to start the conversation about a loved one’s mental health
For partnered people, friendship is important but it doesn't take center stage. Friendship for single women is just a different creature. Instead of being peripheral to family, friendship is the focal point for many single women. Friendships with … [Read more...] about Nurturing friendship for single women
Has your spouse told you "It is not working out?" Have you discovered that your husband or wife is having an affair? Have you initiated an affair? Were you shocked to discover how unhappy your spouse was? What do you do next? As you navigate this … [Read more...] about My marriage is in crisis
Do you strive to be the best you can be at work but feel that your personal life has suffered? Has it been hard to balance the demands of your career with your personal relationships? Do you wonder why you don’t feel happier, more fulfilled at work … [Read more...] about Balance work and family
Has your spouse told you that your behavior is hurting your relationship? Have your current and your most recent partners told you that you are too demanding, not appreciative enough, or too controlling? It may be time to stop, to listen, and to … [Read more...] about Blindsided by problems in your relationship?