Love and support in your family

Love and support in your family

If you have been following my blog, you have so far discussed your family of origin and its power dynamics with your partner. Let’s continue. Love and Support Families differ in whether (and how) they show love and affection. Some of you will have been raised feeling...
Power in your family

Power in your family

Last week, you and your partner discussed the members of your respective families. Now it’s time to dig a little deeper. Power in Your Family After discussing the members of your nuclear family, it is important to think about how your family handled power. Every...
Your family history

Your family history

Understanding your part of the avoidance cycle in your relationship means taking a close look at your family history. In order to change your relationship patters, you have to get clear about your contributions to the problem and where they stem from. Let’s turn first...
Who packed your bags?

Who packed your bags?

My last several blogs have dealt with how to begin a conversation with your partner about sexual difficulties in your relationship. If you and your partner have come to an agreement about improving things together, you can now move into the conversations that form...