Q. [Affair?] "Am I am thinking too much into my husband's relationship with his female co-worker who he spends hours on the phone talking to, at least 8 times a day and texting? I even caught him talking to her at 3:00am." A. More than ever, couples are ♥️ READ MORE
As CEO of The Center for Intimate Relationships, I have experienced a whirlwind of events in the last few weeks! So many good, juicy developments in the works for you, I cannot wait to share as these programs unfold! But more on that in a future blog post. Readers have been ♥️ READ MORE
Q. I’ve felt lonely in my marriage for a while. I’ve told my husband that I need to feel connected, that we need to do things together. Share an interest, go for a walk, talk, etc. I’ve told him for years that I need more than a buddy or ♥️ READ MORE
Q. I am not able to let go of my husband's affair. What will it take to move on and really let go? A. This is probably one of the most popular questions I get asked when meeting with couples who want to heal from an affair. For most ♥️ READ MORE
A reader recently criticized my article posted on Goodtherapy.org, Could Your Marriage Survive an Affair? back in November 2014. She began her response with: I resent this article so much that I would rip it up if it were actual paper. I am so tired of people who have never been ♥️ READ MORE
How timely was it that as Goodtherapy.org published my article on infidelity, Ashley Madison released the names of the "cheaters" from their database? The article has received many shares for which I am grateful. Infidelity is one of the most devastating experiences for couples and some of the most challenging work for ♥️ READ MORE
A website reader recently asked me a question through my Q&A page, "What to do with husband who wants to claim independence by having friends of the opposite sex, yet serially gets caught in emotional affairs?" Click here to read my response and to learn about emotional affairs.