Benefits of Pre-Marriage Counseling

Many people seek counseling and therapy when they are walking through a tough situation, suffering a mental illness, or simply feel stuck. However, something doesn’t always have to be wrong in order to get help. Pre-marriage counseling can be so beneficial to help newly engaged couples enter into a whole new season of their lives.... Continue Reading →

Relationships

It is critically important during these times to stay close in our relationships with our loved ones. Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, isolation and loneliness bears a strong burden on individuals because of the lack of contact and communication. Most healthy relationships rely on sources of strength linked to shared similarities, friendships, individuality,... Continue Reading →

Jealousy

What is jealousy? Jealousy can come from feelings of low self-esteem or lack of confidence. Especially when someone is unhappy about themselves. What is the difference between jealousy and envy? According to Psychology Today, jealousy occurs when something we have is threatened by a third person, while envy occurs when we lack a desirable attribute... Continue Reading →

Celos

¿Qué son los celos? Los celos pueden provenir de sentimientos de baja autoestima o falta de confianza. Especialmente cuando alguien está descontento consigo mismo. ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre celos y envidia? Según Psychology Today, los celos ocurren cuando algo que ya tenemos es amenazado por una tercera persona. Mientras que la envidia ocurre cuando... Continue Reading →

The Power of Two: Use Climate Controls

Welcome back to my review of The Power of Two by Susan Heitler. In our last post we covered the second basic of dialogue which is, use the four S’s We discussed a cooperative and collaborative way to communicate that focuses on interlacing the thoughts and perspectives of the individuals to create a new mutual understanding.... Continue Reading →

The Power of Two: Use The Four S’

Welcome back to my review of The Power of Two by Susan Heitler. In our last post we covered the first basic of dialogue, braid your dialogue. We discussed a cooperative and collaborative way to communicate that focuses on interlacing the thoughts and perspectives of the individuals to create a new mutual understanding. Today we will be... Continue Reading →

Pre-Marital Counseling

What is Premarital counseling? Everyone dreams of having a happy marriage, we spend hours planning a wedding, looking for the perfect attire, and making sure everything is good to go for the big day. Yet, we don't consider how different or difficult it could be to transition from single to a married life. Premarital counseling... Continue Reading →

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