4 Reasons You Should Seek Premarital Counselling

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It might seem like an unnecessary step to seek premarital counselling, especially if you’ve been recently engaged or planning a wedding, but taking the time to resolve any current issues can help you maintain a healthy and happy marriage for the future.     Engaged couples spend months poring over every little detail of their… Read more »

Is Your Relationship in a Rut? Take These Steps to Bring Back the Fun!

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What’s a “rut”? Let’s ask Google: rut 1 (rŭt) n. 1. A sunken track or groove made by the passage of vehicles. 2. An uninspired routine or pattern of behavior that one continues unthinkingly or because change is difficult. “the relationship was stuck in a rut and was losing its direction” synonyms: boring routine, humdrum… Read more »

Partner Insecurity? 5 Ways to Help Them

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Sometimes love is scary. Especially so for a person who wrestles with insecurity. Past pain, trauma, or heartbreak may have planted seeds of self-doubt or distrust that make relationships difficult and short-lived. If you’re the partner of an insecure person, the struggle to ease your partner’s insecurities may be formidable. You’re right to recognise the… Read more »

Take These Steps to Overcome Relationship Insecurities

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How would your partner or former partners describe you? What would your close friends say about the quality of your friendship? Would words like clingy, needy, jealous, or anxious come up? Or maybe they would say you’re exhaustingly self-critical, constantly needing reassurance and ever-increasing amounts of attention? Do you often say to yourself, “I know… Read more »

5 Typical Challenges Blended Families Face

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It was quiet around the dinner table. Josh and Melissa glared at each other. Their kids shifted in their seats, and stared the floor, or at the ceiling. They were all tired, fed up, shell-shocked. This didn’t feel like “blending” at all. They felt like pushing, shoving, and ramming into each other. And after a… Read more »