Online Therapist Articles: Relationships

Do You Have a Meaningful Relationship?

Our lives consist of so many relationships. How to navigate through them all in a healthy, meaningful way, though, is a skill.

Where did you learn how to have those meaningful relationships?

Most likely from your parents or maybe other significant people in your life around you growing up. Maybe watching your grandparents? Growing up, you were surrounded by many people that ultimately helped...

Are Your Relationships Suffering Because of Your Phone?

No doubt our current technology is an amazing thing! Way back in what now seems like the stone age, we never imagined the freedom in technology we have these days. We see people while we talk on the phone or online. We transmit messages instantly and send at the touch of a button. Wow, who knew? May I add that energy makes this possible, but this blog post is not about energy, atoms, or even...

Friends Before Lovers

Friends before Lovers, seems to make sense, but so many of us forget to make it a priority when juggling life’s chainsaws; kids, work, layoffs, bills, not enough money, parents and family medical, psychological and drama issues, marital dissatisfaction and feelings of loneliness, being misunderstood. We’ve all been there; marriage needs to be a safe place for consolation, encouragement, and...

When You're No Longer Sexually Attracted to Your Partner or Spouse

Falling in love can be both exhilarating and intoxicating, it's like free falling with no bottom in sight. New love, entering a committed relationship, or getting married to a person you perceive to be your perfect fit is one of the best feelings in the world. However, when intimacy diminishes, and we are no longer sexually attracted to our partner or spouse it can feel like a death.

Sex is...

Habits of Happy (and Healthy) Couples: 29 Tips

Establishing and maintaining a healthy romantic relationship is certainly not an easy task as most relationships start off with giddy optimism and plans for the future. However, as with most "honeymoon" periods and life itself, there will be moments of both happiness and sadness. All healthy relationships will include times of both triumphs and failures, happiness and sadness, as well as give...

In Search of Healthy Intimate Sexuality!

Cheryl Wheeler, M.A.

We are created as sexual beings at the deepest level of our psyche. Sexual self-esteem is very important, because it affects how you think, act and even how you relate to other people. It allows you to live life to your potential. Low self-esteem means poor confidence and that also causes negative thoughts which mean that you are likely to give up easily rather than face challenges. In...

Enlightened Male

Men and women today are experiencing exciting and at times challenging changes; particularity the duality of energy. A birth incorporating both the masculine and the feminine. With the coming together of both energies, the sexes are uncovering a completeness or balanced perspective of the world and themselves. This balancing is part of the process of enlightenment. To be enlightened, is to...

How To Fix Your Relationship In 50 Minutes

Online Relationship Help and Counseling

When a relationship is on the rocks, it can affect many other aspects of your life. Whether it's a silly fight over who ate the last slice of pizza, or a matter of infidelity, every argument can seem like the worst when it's between you and your lover.

It's normal to experience highs and lows in any romantic relationship. When two people get together, there's no way to avoid bumping heads...

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