When you first start seeing someone, dating is easy. Everything is new about that person. Every experience together is new. You want to make that extra effort and make everything special. You make plans in advance. But once you’re with someone for a while, especially if you are living with that person, date nights […]
June’s monthly therapy moment is from Robyn, staff therapist at Solid Foundations Therapy . She discusses why allowing your partner to come home and unload (even through it might feel like complaining), is beneficial to your relationship. It helps better your communication and makes your partner feel understood. Let us know in the comments if […]
Burnout, it’s a term we hear often in our society. You get burned out emotionally, physically, and mentally when we are under excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs often times when you are feeling overwhelmed and drained. It can occur in any part of our lives – at work, at school, or even in […]
Check out the latest video from Breanna Mann, staff therapist at Solid Foundations Therapy. She discusses the challenges that couples face when setting boundaries with extended family members and provides some tips to overcome those challenges. If you are struggling with boundaries between yourself and your extended family we can help. Contact us today […]
As soon as you enter a relationship, you no longer have just yourself to think about. You now have to keep in consideration the needs of your partner. In order for your relationship to be successful, you must know how to meet those needs in a way to best serve your partner. That goes along […]
This monthly therapy tip comes from Jazmine. She discusses communication and how to show your partner that you are truly understanding them. It’s very important to make sure you and your partner are communicating effectively and understand each other’s feelings. She offer four tips to better communicate with your partner, check them out here.
We all want our relationships to be successful. After all, if we are entering into a relationship with the belief that it will fail, then what is the point? Unfortunately, things do happen. The reality is that sometimes relationships fail, sometimes due to things we have done wrong or other times due to circumstances seemingly […]
Check out why Irene Schreiner, LMFT things that asking the question “how was your day?” actually lowers your ability to connect and what you should be asking your partner instead. For additional help with your relationship, contact us to make an appointment.
Addiction is more prevalent in our households than we realize. Individuals can be addicted to any number of things including drugs, alcohol, gambling, or even sex. An addict cannot successfully recover by simply stopping the addiction. They need to have a support system in place and the ability to make lasting changes in their life. […]
This monthly therapy moment is brought to you by Robyn Ashbaugh, ALMFT. This month we talk about intent versus impact in romantic relationships. Intentions mean very little when your words land on the other person in a negative way. Follow Robin’s advice on how to manage your intent and impact better. Do […]