Perhaps, the two of you simply can not communicate or you have just had a useless fight. You may have even thought of divorce. Yet you know you don’t really want that.
Maybe one of you has a job requiring travel or late hours. The time left, goes to your kids. In the middle of the night, you realize you are losing each other. At times of crisis, you wonder if he/she will be there. You know something has to change.
I am so glad you have found this web site. Let this be your 911 resource for your crisis. Something has to change and I want to help you. I bring 40 years of experience in helping couples just like you. I can help you regain that “in love feeling”
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When Ginny called, the tremble in her voice touched me. Ken had left his phone on and the password was not needed. She had broken her rule of never intruding into his privacy.
She discovered the slew of text messages and cell phone calls that her husband had been making to his attractive colleague at work.The number of messages staggered her, especially ones in the middle of the night. The ones that she read made her nauseous.
Making the Call
As she became frantic she searched the internet for everything she could find about extramarital affairs. She realized her extreme reactions were normal and human.
She called saying, “I just need someone to walk through this with us.” Click to Continue Reading.
Have you lost some of the sensuous feelings you had when you first got married? Do you sometimes forget that you are attracted to the one you love?
Over time the familiarity does not perpetuate intense erotic desire. Having children often leads to less intimacy between couples.
If you sense a growing distance between you, click for more
As a new parent or parent to young children, you may be experiencing a full range of emotions on any given day.While this is normal and expected, it seems universal and almost guaranteed that the negative emotions will be accompanied by guilt.
Perhaps some of that guilt is related to grieving the loss of your more autonomous self. And perhaps this could be a connecting point for you and your partner.
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Think back over the past few weeks. If you added up the sum of positive interactions with your beloved, how high would they be compared to the negative ones?
Passing by you, did your partner hear an “I love you?” or was it a comment about something he had forgotten to do. As you drifted off to sleep was there an affirming good night kiss, or a “don’t touch me, I need to go to sleep.”
John and Julie Gottman, the great marital researchers, have discovered… Click to continue