Monthly Archives: February 2016

Romance after 10 years

I share with you a great article I recently read about how the reality of romance shifts from the cultural fantasy to simple but beautiful reality over time. Written by advice columnist, Heather Havrilesky, the article succinctly summarizes how couples

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Dancing Amygdalas

In honor of Ryan recently cramming for his neuro exam, I thought I would share a blog I recently wrote for Symmetry Counseling about brain activation during relationship conflict (and how you can learn to control it). When conflict occurs

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Honoring the Little Things

If you recall from my post last year, I am not a fan of Valentine’s Day. I despise the abundance of corny platitudes that invade every storefront, nauseating Facebook post, and TV commercial. At the same time, I strongly support

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