Trauma-Bond or Authentic Connection? 5 Ways to Tell the Difference
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IMAGO RELATIONSHIP THERAPY
A trauma-bond is an intense emotional bond with a toxic and often abusive person. Trauma-bonds are not always easily recognized.
Communication Breakdown: How to Fix a Silent Relationship
When communication creates conflicts, you may feel unsafe to bring an issue up or to respond when your partner brings something up.
How to Reignite the Passion in a Sexless Marriage
Should you be worried if you’ve lost that passion? A sexless marriage doesn't have to be permanent. Learn how to reignite passion.
How Many Fights is Too Many? Measuring Healthy Conflict in a Relationship
Every couple argues. Whether you have different communication styles, attachment issues, arguing in a relationship is normal.
Can You Have Trauma From Betrayal? 5 Tell-Tale Signs
Betrayal of trust and/or infidelity can lead to trauma symptoms and negative coping skills. 5 common ways betrayal trauma can show up.
Attachment Styles and Adult Intimate Relationships
Attachment style plays a role in partner selection, the quality of the relationship, as well as how and how long the relationship survives.
7 Ways to Manage Relationship Anxiety
Whatever triggers relationship anxiety for you, it’s important to find ways to manage it. Feeling in control of your fears can helps.
How to talk about money in your relationship
Talking about money in your relationship can trigger feelings of unsafety. The goal is to find an approach that honors both of you.
How to Build Trust in Your Relationship
When trust in your relationship has been broken, it’s natural for there to be negative feelings, doubts, or insecurity.
Affair Recovery: Is it Possible to Heal from Infidelity?
An affair can be experienced as a huge rupture in a relationship. It can destroy trust and sometimes it can destroy the relationship...
Couples Conflict: Getting to the bottom of what you're really fighting about
Often there are other forces at work during a conflict that you are not consciously aware of...old wounds and unmet needs from childhood...
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