If you and your partner have been lacking intimacy, it’s time to disconnect from the virtual world into which we constantly immerse ourselves. This scrumptious recipe will help you bring back the romance. Lock your IPhone in a drawer. Instead, of staring at the phone or the computer, lock eyes with your partner over a soothing, candlelit dinner. Recent studies have shown that social media is destroying our society’s social skills because it reduces face-to-face interactions.
Psychology is a relatively young science. As a field of study, I believe psychology made a significant mistake by focusing at first on psychopathology. My major interest as a psychologist has always been related to what leads to mental health as opposed to what causes mental illness. Therefore, I was an advocate of Positive Psychology long before it had a name! Today’s recipe has been found to be one of the essential ingredients for lasting healthy committed relationships. T
Time involved: 7 minutes Ingredients: 1 comment or interchange that rubs you the wrong way Patience Thoughtfulness, Restraint, and A dash of humor Read on to learn how to make this recipe... Directions: After a comment or interchange with your partner that rubs you the wrong way, remove it from the heat and let it rest for 7 minutes before serving. Often couples interpret comments, innuendos, body language and attention given or not given to something, differently. What one
Everyone knows the saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." I know it may seem ironic that a psychologist would suggest that saying cheese would keep the therapist away, but if CoupleTime.net is successful I hope it will help prevent couples from needing to see therapists. Don't get me wrong, I am a staunch believer in psychotherapy to help couples overcome crisis in their relationships. However, Melissa and I decided to develop CoupleTime.net as preventative medicine