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Sex therapy, tell me something I don’t know!

What is a misconception that people have about sex therapists? The biggest one is that there is a lot of hot, sexy talk in a sex therapist's office.The truth is that when your sex life isn't working,

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8 Effective Ways Relationship Anxiety Can be Curbed in an Otherwise Good Marriage

Working with couples to lower their relationship anxiety in what would be an otherwise good marriage presents couples therapists with a paradox.On one hand, the quality of the therapeutic bond is essential.Clients

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Being the Bearer of Bad News

I need to tell my husband something really awkward and kind of embarrassing, I am worried about how he will respond. I'm too embarrassed to even write the details here so can you just tell me, how should

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Should We Be Fighting in Front of the Kids?

My wife thinks that it is good for us to fight in front of the kids, she says that it helps them to know that it's healthy and normal. I don't want them to worry about out our relationship, some of their

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Am I a “Nice Guy?”

How do I know if I am a passive aggressive (“Nice Guy”) husband? 1. Iceberg syndromeYou talk about your intimate self (doubts, fears, insecurities, resentments) on a “need to know” basis. Why

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Are you doing these everyday things that inadvertently kill intimacy in marriage?

Are you doing these everyday things that inadvertently kill intimacy in marriage?Intimacy in marriage; foster it and then protect it How does a couple build intimacy in marriage? One researcher that has

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