Posts Tagged ‘Relationships’
I was featured in an article in PsychCentral ! Take a look below and then mosey on over to PsychCentral to read the rest!
If you are looking for the best apps for kids 5-8 years old who are kindergartners and young elementary kids, you need such apps that balance education, creativity, and fun. In choosing apps for kids, you need more than just the regular arcade games to find the best outlet for the kids’ creativity and emotions.
Here is a list of good apps for kids who are 5 to 8 years old. Read the rest of this entry »
Complexity of Marriage Therapy, Part Three: Dr. Sue Johnson and Emotion Focused Therapy: Modifying Adult Attachment Patterns
Today we’ll examine some of the concepts of Dr. Sue Johnson’s work in relationship therapy. I draw heavily on her work as well Dr. Gottman’s work when conducting relationship sessions.
Today we’ll examine one aspect of Dr. John Gottman’s work. He provides clear, evidence-based information distilled from his many years of research about what predicts divorce.
Do you sometimes wonder why there’s a general feeling of negativity in your relationship?
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven
by William Butler Yeats
Had I the heaven’s embroidered cloths,
Enwrought with golden and silver light
You hopefully have plenty of lovely people in your life. Friends and family can be an amazing support network when it comes to dealing with tough times and sharing the joy of the good times.
It is important that you occasionally remember your loved ones and let them know how much they mean for you.
In our culture, there are many emotional, social and psychological connotations surrounding loss of virginity and these are heavily influenced by gender. Losing your virginity is a personal emotional milestone. There’s been very little formal research about how people feel about losing their virginity. Here’s an overview of two studies that extend our knowledge about how people feel about losing their virginity.
Losing a baby through miscarriage or stillbirth leads causes an increase in suffering, including disbelief, grief, shock, denial, anger, sadness and anxiety. These strong and primal emotions can take a toll on your marriage relationship. Recent research published by Dr. Katherine Gold and her colleagues in the journal, Pediatrics, indicates that couples who experience miscarriage or stillbirth have a greater chance of divorce than couples who experience the live birth of a child.
Biography: Julie Gerland is the Chief United Nations Representative for the World Organisation of Prenatal Education Associations (OMAEP) an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the UN/ECOSOC. She is a pioneer, co-author, international lecturer and advocate in the field of very early parenting from pre-conception to the first year after birth. Julie founded the Holistic Parenting Program: Preconception to Birth & Beyond, a program for parents and professionals. She is a trainer in the world reknown HypnoBirthing® The Mongan Method natural childbirth education and has received several awards including an Hononary Doctorate in Holistic Medicines from the Noble International University. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com