Category Archives: Relationships
Is Monogamy Dead?Is Monogamy Dead? An article by Time Magazine claims, yes. Monogamy is dead, people are cheaters and monogamy forces us to have to be liars and cheats. Just after that article, Candace Bushnell (author of Sex in the City) wrote a response article that stated “Monogamy is fine, cheating is endangered”, likely due to the recent leak of Ashley Madison…
Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups, Relationships Published: September 25, 2015
How to Save my Marriage?The answer to the question, “how to save my marriage” is a counterintuitive one. Most people think that marriage and relationship requires give and take… compromise. To a degree this is true, however compromise is the key word that needs to be reconsidered. When you compromise yourself, you are in a sense “giving up” on yourself and this is a…
Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups, Counseling & Communication, Relationships Published: September 18, 2014
Honesty VS. Lying in RelationshipWhether to be honest or lie in a relationship is an interesting topic. One that, in couple’s counseling sessions often comes up in the extremes. It is obvious that honesty in a relationship is important and lying is destructive, so most people try to be honest and stay away from lying, but anything taken to an extreme can be harmful.…
Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups, Counseling & Communication, Relationships Published: April 23, 2014
Does Unconditional Love Exist in Relationships?I have recently had some debate on this question with some of my San Francisco colleagues so thought it a good topic for further discussion. In my view and orientation of Love Therapy, unconditional love can only be given when one first loves them self. Unconditional love is not to be confused with allowing the other person to treat you…
Author: Yaji Category: Love, Relationships Published: April 14, 2014
Can Marriage Counseling Save your Relationship?Marriage rates are on the decline today, and a number of factors are to blame. An oft-repeated statistic claims that nearly fifty per cent of first marriages end in divorce. When divorces do happen, they take a heavy toll on everyone involved. Divorce is one of the most stressful events that you can experience in life, leading to feelings of…
Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication, Relationships Published: April 3, 2014
More than Communication, it is the Connection that Keeps a Relationship StrongIt is a commonly held notion that a healthy communication between couples is the most important thing in a relationship. While communication is a critically important component of connection, it is not all there is. More than communication, feeling connected is the true measure of a relationship’s survival and health. A sense of connection in your relationship leads to warmth…
Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication, Love, Relationships Published: February 19, 2014
Cheating & Breakups
Counseling & Communication
- What is the difference between a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Therapist, Counselor, Coach, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Social Worker?
- Are You Listening to Your Body?
- How to Save my Marriage?
- Honesty VS. Lying in Relationship
- Can Marriage Counseling Save your Relationship?
- Getting the Best Out of your Therapy Sessions
- More than Communication, it is the Connection that Keeps a Relationship Strong
- Therapy for Love, From Love