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I have met many women terrified of being labelled as needy in their relationships. The problem is that the more they resist the unhelpful judgement that goes with labels, the more they deny they have any actual needs.
I wonder if we ever really get to know ourselves fully.
When I consider the intricacy of all it means to be a human being, I am not sure we do. But we can for sure become more self-aware.
Healthy responsibility plays a fundamental role in building a strong and thriving relationship, but what does responsibility in a marriage mean?
Effective communication is the key to any healthy relationship, but it’s not always easy, and couples want to know how to communicate better with each other.
Being in a committed long-term relationship is one of the most significant and rewarding things you can do in life. It’s also one of the hardest. For couples looking to communicate better or for tools to improve their marriage, reading a good marriage book together can help open you to new possibilities.
We take for granted many things we do in our adult lives, so many things that we learnt or experienced growing up, good or bad. As a therapist, people can get wary when asked to talk about their childhoods. But understanding your partners and your childhood experiences can strengthen your relationship.
We are well and truly in autumn: a new season but a familiar pattern. Every year the seasons come and go. It’s nature’s predictable and yet often unpredictable cycle. Relationships are the same. They, too, have their seasons.
Today I’m going to explore the Jungian archetype of the Shadow, everything we can’t see in ourselves, and the importance of shadow work in relationships.