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Good In Bed

By: Jennifer Bleyer

The strong couple’s solution to dealing with imbalances in desire

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The Coddling Of the American Mind

The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure


Unwanted Thoughts? Snap the Rubber Band!

By: Harriet Lerner Ph.D.

Negative thoughts? Here's one way to loosen their grip.


The Impact of Parental Alienation on Children

Undermining loving parent-child relationships as child maltreatment

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Self-Sabotage: The Enemy Within

We all get in our own way occasionally and some people do it repeatedly, whether it's procrastinating, drinking, or overeating. Self-sabotaging behavior results from a misguided attempt to rescue ourselves from our own negative feelings.


Why Highly Successful People Seek Therapy

By: Amy Morin

the five most common reasons highly successful people seek therapy


When Children Lie

How effective are we in detecting whether a child is lying or not?


Why Couples Have Sex Even When One Partner Isn't in the Mood

Both men and women do it. But it depends on our reasons why.


Five Anxiety-Lowering Strategies for Children

Tools to help kids worry less can be a big relief for parents.


Uncontrollable Anger Can Be Part of Postpartum Depression

Often PPD goes undetected due to anger as appose to sadness. How uncontrollable anger can be part of Postpartum depression 


Understanding the Five Love Languages

Understanding the five ways that people speak and understand emotional love.

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The 4 Habits of Highly Happy Couples

Drawn from years of research, attitudes to help keep each other satisfied.


Feelings Aren’t Facts

Sometimes our emotions are difficult to understand and trust.

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Ten Commandments for Dealing with Infertility

These Ten Commandments are core coping advice for infertility couples.


Why Intimate Sex Is the Key to a Successful Relationship

By:Lisa Thomas LMFT

Great sex is a learned skill, understanding how intimacy works is key


Wicked Thoughts

Many of us have secretly reveled in a friend’s downfall or fantasized about committing a crime. The way you think about such dark impulses determines whether they become a source of titillation or torment.


How Depression Affects Your Family

By:  Lori Miller Kase

Moms who are depressed often suffer in silence -- but this common illness can also take a heavy toll on their children. That's why getting treated is more important than ever


Science Says Lasting Relationships Come Down To 2 Basic Traits


Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity.


Secrets of your ADHD Brain 

By: William Dodson, MD

Most people are neurologically equipped to determine what’s important and get motivated to do it, even when it doesn’t interest them. Then there are the rest of us, who have attention deficit — ADHD or ADD — and the brain that goes along with it.


What Teenagers are Learning from Online Porn


American teenagers watch much more porn than their parents. Learn the affect on the growth and understanding of sex.


Public School? Private School? Home School?

What to do when you worry the public schools will shortchange your child?


6 Openings for Talking to Kids About Sex and Gender

By: Karen L Smith MSS, LCSW

Don't be left out of these most important of conversations with your kids.


Why Aren't We Talking to Our Partners About Sex?

Chatter about sex can be heard everywhere, except where it’s most needed.


Postpartum Depression Underdiagnosed in Men

Research suggests that postpartum depression also occurs among men. Is it happening to you?

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Happy Wife, Happy Life?

By: Lian Bloch Ph.D.

Wives’ ability to calm during conflict impacts marital satisfaction.


The Invisible Struggle of Married Men

Why aren't we talking about "voicelessness" in married men?

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Panic as Fight-or-Flight

Intense anxiety has features of escaping from a predator.

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