Do you experience déjà vu, broken records and same old stories in your disagreements with your partner? Do you feel stuck and find yourself repeating patterns and fights without knowing how to break the impasse? You are not alone … This is an unfortunate common experience in…Continue
Added by Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT on November 29, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
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The Holidays are always a difficult time of year for people for many reasons. At the risk of adding to the plethora of writing on this topic, I still feel called to share with you how you can use this time as an opportunity for change and creating an amazing life and relationship. I invite you to look at the Holidays not as something to endure, get…Continue
Added by Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT on November 22, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
We have a tendency to focus on the negatives, what doesn’t work, weaknesses and deficiencies, and how much our partner “sucks”. This is the kiss of death in life and relationships. This is a sure way of staying stuck in the status quo for what we focus on persists: we co-create it, manifest it, invite it…Continue
Added by Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT on November 15, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
Staying emotionally, spiritually, physically connected to your spouse is an ongoing and never ending part of your marriage that should never be taken lightly. When that…
A new study suggests that marriage success may depend quite a bit on the temperament of the wife. Researchers at UC Berkeley studied 80 middle-aged and older heterosexual couples and found wives who had greater control of their emotions and were constructive in their communication skills had more satisfying and successful marriages. Interestingly, the emotions of the husband during the study didn't have an effect. Southern California news channel,…Continue
Added by hitched on November 11, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
Are you generous in your relationship? Do you freely give from your heart with no strings attached, tit-for-tat, score keeping, need for acknowledgement, manipulation, or any other funny business?
Added by Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT on November 8, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments
You love your extended family, you really do, and the thought of all those aunts and uncles, in-laws and parents, cousins and various spouses and children warms your heart.
Until it’s time for them to descend on…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on November 1, 2013 at 7:54am — No Comments