Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Healing the Cycles that Tear Couples Apart

Happy Tuesday!

As couples therapy hasn't always part of my resume, I have felt the need for it more over the past few years. I have helped many different types of couples at all stages in life, and have found it to be quite rewarding. Today I am sharing an article with you on some of the negative behavior patterns that couples experience. If a couple is serious about staying together, they need to first identify all the negative behaviors they find themselves partaking in, then formulate a plan to overcome them if possible.

This article, written by Melanie A. Greenberg, Ph.D., was featured on Psychologytoday.com. The article talks about healing the negative cycles that break couples apart and how respect and intimacy are the foundation on which loving relationships are built. When people have the courage to look at these patterns, admit their own contribution, and are willing to change and put their relationships first, even the most difficult relationship problems can be healed.

Check it out HERE.

Talk Soon,

Inner Passages Therapy
Gaithersburg, Maryland

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