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Why You’re (Probably) Not Codependent

Why You’re (Probably) Not Codependent

Codependency as common vernacular I first heard the term “codependent” as a counseling student in graduate school. I remember working with one of my first clients, who was going through a painful breakup at the time. I can still see her sitting across from me in that...

How Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) Can Help Couples

How Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) Can Help Couples

Let’s face it, trying to maintain a healthy work-life balance can be quite the challenge, especially given the demands of today’s fast-paced work environments and busier-than-ever family schedules. Not to mention, a raging pandemic that has forced many families to...

Should I give therapy another try?

Should I give therapy another try?

Did you try therapy a few times and it just didn’t work out? Maybe your schedule was too chaotic or it was difficult to focus. Perhaps you didn’t connect with your therapist or maybe a pandemic happened. Whatever the case, it might be the right time to try again....

10 Tips for Moving Abroad as a Couple

10 Tips for Moving Abroad as a Couple

Moving abroad can be one of the most rewarding and valuable experiences in a couple’s life. It can also be incredibly challenging and stressful. Most couples would agree that living in a foreign place is a full-bodied experience brimming with new sights, smells,...

Does Gratitude Really Matter in a Relationship?

Does Gratitude Really Matter in a Relationship?

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. The one day per year that’s dedicated entirely to...love. We ready ourselves for the hearts and the flowers, the chocolates and the gifts. And while love is, well, lovely, February 14th also provides the perfect platform to...