According to leading relationship researcher John Gottman, finding ways to express intentional appreciation towards your partner is a way to implement a positive interaction with your partner and one simple and free way to make your relationship strong.
I have heard my clients share how the lack of sleep is impacting their mental health, emotion regulation, and how this has had a negative impact on their interactions with their partners and family. I want to share a little bit of insight on the benefits of sleep, the consequences of not getting enough sleep, and how you can make your sleep a priority.
Have you ever felt like there is a loss of desire in your relationship? Recently in my couple’s therapy sessions, I have heard a common theme: the desire to feel wanted and sexy.
It has been a year since our world and life as we knew it was changed. While hope is slowly being instilled for our future, acknowledging that we may still be dealing with the effects from this past year is important.
Talking about what turns you on can feel a little embarrassing or awkward if you are not comfortable with conversations being about you, more specifically, if you sometimes feel guilty or selfish to verbalize ways you enjoy feeling good.
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