The Knowledge Project #71 — Esther Perel
Relationship and infidelity expert Esther Perel reveals her favorite strategies for “fighting” fair, rewriting stories that damage relationships, and the sec...
Recalibration Protocol - M | The Couples Clinic
Recalibration Protocol (I have a male partner) 1. CHOOSE (Which way are you going to go?) Which of the following things is most important to you right now? Getting your partner to realize that his thinking or actions are (or were) out of line, or Getting your partner to care about your feelings, seriously consider... Read More
Grieving for What We Never Had in Less Than Ideal Families. | Rebelle Society
Grieving is not about blaming, but simply an acknowledging the tragic nature of events. If anger comes up in this process, we shall honor that too.
Manage Conflict: The Aftermath of a Fight
In the aftermath of a fight or regrettable incident, you can use the following format to increase understanding between you and your partner.
22 Questions to Reignite Love -
22 Questions to Reignite Love - Articles from The School of Life, formally The Book of Life, a gathering of the best ideas around wisdom and emotional intelligence.
Interdependence Is the Tie That Binds -
Stan Tatkin teaches that the ground-level purpose for pair bonding, other than procreation, is survival—two people bound together by a mutual interest to be safe and secure in the world. Also, he says, you should think of yourselves as being sweethearts.
086: Martha Kauppi on Working with Open Relationships | Shane Birkel | The Couples Therapist Couch
There is a growing reality of non-traditional couples who are coming in for relationship therapy. People who are in polyamorous relationships, want to open up their relationship or are among a number of other sexually marginalized populations are looking for guidance. As therapists we might not always know how to work with these types of …