It seems that the amount of people and the ease with which they are able to get connected with persons with another with similar feelings has skyrocketed. Many people are unclear about what exactly defines online infidelity.
Having affairs in the workplace is quite common. The reality of our lives is that we spend a majority of our time at work and with co-workers.
Many therapists have hidden or sometimes unconscious biases regarding infidelity. Unfortunately, there is no generally accepted approach for treatment, so therapists can have different methodology.
Unfortunately, infidelity is increasingly common. Much of the information in our general social environment is incorrect and misleading.
When couples begin to have difficulties in their relationships, they naturally attempt to discover what the problems are by looking at what can change in the other person.
Many people wonder, is it okay to have friends of the opposite sex when you are committed or will it always cross boundaries from a platonic friendship into something more romantic?
The one issue that is always presented to me when I first see a couple is communication. It is a common problem not only with couples, but within families, co-workers and other groups.
We are all seeking healthy, happy relationships. One large obstacle to this is blaming or deflecting blame for your actions and decisions onto others. This is where the phrase the “blame game” has come from.
It seems that for most of us, getting together and falling in love is the easy part of relationships. Unfortunately, these folks have romantic love idealism, meaning we think our relationships should be loving, kind, filled with romance 24/7.
Wow, the holidays are here and they can be enjoyable, but they can also be stressful and harmful to relationships if we don’t take precautions.