People are busier than ever. So, what can you do to pay more attention to your partner and relationship when work is busy?
From a very early age, we’re taught about the “happily ever after” aspect of relationships. Almost every child knows about fairy tales and the happy endings that go along with them.
Everyone wants to feel satisfied in their relationship. If you feel totally connected and in love with your partner, you’ve hit the jackpot, right?
Everyone wants to feel that “one-of-a-kind” fairytale romance in their lives. That doesn’t mean you can’t understand reality or you want some kind of fantasy that doesn’t exist. But who wouldn’t want complete satisfaction in their relationship?
A recent survey by Indeed discovered that 52% of American workers have experienced burnout because of their job over the last year. Keep in mind that we’ve been dealing with a pandemic, job changes, different schedules, and everything in between.
Self-awareness is often touted as a good thing, while being self-critical is typically viewed in the negative. But it can seem like there is a fine line between the two, which can be difficult to walk if you don’t truly understand the difference.
For over a year, we’ve lived with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of us have spent more time at home than ever. We’ve socially distanced, quarantined, and worn masks. Many have now received the vaccine.
To say the COVID-19 pandemic impacted almost everyone’s lives would be an understatement. For over a year, things like lockdowns, quarantining, and social distancing became the norm.
Anxiety can impact your life in a variety of ways. Going over the symptoms and struggles you might face every day isn’t something we need to re-hash.
Going to couples therapy isn’t always a simple decision. Both people in the relationship need to be on board. Both need to be willing to open up and accept help. If one person is just going through the motions or attending to save face, it’s unlikely the therapy will be successful