A survey of 1,308 adult Facebook users conducted by the University of British Columbia found that 24 % had accessed the accounts of friends, partners, and family members without their knowledge or consent—and often using the other person’s computer or cellphone to do so. Wow, take your device everywhere—even into the bathroom with you….One quarter […]
Archive for January, 2017
Every new season of The Bachelor producers try to come up with something different; actually more shocking is what they appear to be striving for. There are always the usual characters—the “handsome, accomplished, hunky” bachelor, the nasty girl, the crier, the schemer, the nice one, the one with the sad story—and the one who is […]
The New Year brings thoughts of new beginnings and the hope that desired changes will finally take place. Top resolutions include ones that involve dating and relationship goals. It seems that folks start with a lot of determination and a willingness to act, yet by late February, not so much.
Therefore NOW is a great time […]
In a recently published study, researchers asked 92 cohabitating heterosexual couples to answer a set of questions every day for 20 days that asked about their interactions with one another. Questions were designed to flush out autonomous each individual felt they could be in their contributions and decision making VS feeling pressured to be, say, […]
Yes, there is such a thing—and yet I hesitate as I write this for fear of how it could influence those going through a break-up or other loss. As a psychotherapist and relationship coach who has worked with many singles and couples going through a break-up or divorce, I have found it challenging to help […]