Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma In a Relationship

Obtaining a satisfying relationship by being supportive Relationships are guaranteed to have their ups and downs.  When one or both of the individuals in the relationship suffer from symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma or even PTSD, new challenges may be encountered.  However, that does not mean a satisfying relationship can’t be obtained.  Through open communication, [...]

By | February 13th, 2017|mental health, Romantic Relationships|0 Comments

Are You In a Healthy Romantic Relationship?

Your guide to a healthier romantic relationship. What is defined as a healthy relationship? Do you feel secure and comfortable with your spouse? Can you resolve conflicts without becoming physical? Do you communicate clearly and openly without yelling? If you are able to answer yes to these questions, you may be in a healthy relationship. [...]

By | February 13th, 2017|Romantic Relationships|0 Comments

Self-Love While In a Romantic Relationship

Everyone deals with low self-esteem from time to time. Our confidence is shaken when something unexpected happens, or a mistake occurs. We begin to question ourselves, asking ourselves things such as: “Am I good enough?” “Do I deserve this?”   What’s unfortunate is when our self-esteem is shaken so much that it begins to influence [...]

By | January 17th, 2017|Romantic Relationships|0 Comments

Sex During the Holidays

Presents, partying and playtime Many people look forward to the holiday season for different reasons: presents, parties, family, etc. What about the intimate moments with your spouse?  It can seemingly become difficult to squeeze in a moment for an intimate rendezvous with your spouse. With all of the holiday dinner plans, decorations and present wrapping, [...]

By | December 27th, 2016|Romantic Relationships|0 Comments

How To Survive the Holidays While In a Relationship

The holidays can be hectic, especially if you are in a committed relationship with children.  How do you survive the holidays, in-laws, family, friends, and the kids’ holiday break while keeping your romantic relationship on track?  Here are some tips: Have a date night.  It does not have to be any fancy.  Cooking together at [...]

By | December 15th, 2016|Romantic Relationships, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Being In A Relationship With a Mental Illness

Tips for being in a relationship with a mental illness: It is often discussed how mental health concerns can lead to poor academic achievement and poor social functioning with youth or adolescence, unemployment and substance abuse in young adults, and self-harm or suicide in all age ranges.  While these are all true, it is important [...]

By | November 4th, 2016|Romantic Relationships|0 Comments

Maintaining Mental and Emotional Health While In a Romantic Relationship

So you’ve found the one and you are head over heels with him or her.  It’s a wonderful feeling, and you want to make this person your world, if you haven’t already.  It is exciting and overwhelming and like most women, you want to give your relationship one thousand percent.  But what about you?  How [...]

By | October 18th, 2016|Romantic Relationships|0 Comments