How to Experience Change in Your Relationship

How to Experience Change in Your Relationship

Relationship change is hard because it challenges the archetypes--expected behaviors, reactions, desires--that we develop about our partner over the course of our relationship. We create archetypes about our partners early in our relationships--sometimes in our first meetings. It's often easier for us to deal with the flawed partner that we know rather than the mysterious partner with potential that we don't know.

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How to Change Your Perspective

How to Change Your Perspective

A world with -4.50 vision (or worse) is awfully frightening, and requires a heightened sense of hypervigilance to get through. We can help correct your sight and perspective, so that you can see your partner (and yourself) through 20/20 vision and have the best relationship possible.

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When Humor Doesn't Work

When Humor Doesn't Work

Humor doesn't work in relationships when it is critical or blaming, when it avoids important conversations, attacks other people, is inappropriately timed, and when it is self-effacing. Read more about how these styles of humor hurt your relationship.

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Dating

Dating

In our first 2017 episode of the podcast Under the Covers, Stephanie Wallace and I talk about dating. We define dating as the period of time between searching for a new partner and defining the relationship either as exclusive or as part of an open relationship. Stephanie and I provide a bunch of dating gems for people looking to explore dating, including the following:

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