One great principle of happy relationships is to say “Yes” as much as possible. Couples who do this are happier, healthier, and have better sex. “Yes, I’ll remember to wipe …
Post-issue relationships are the goal of all psychotherapiesIn a post-issue relationship, each problem is an opportunity to grow and love. A post-issue relationship still has problems, resentments, doubts, and selfish …
If we feel that we want a life partnership with a person, the commitment needs to shift from, “I’ll stay as long as,” to “I’ll do what it takes to make us work.” This is a massive change in commitment!
Marriage is a garden: a couple’s friendship, love affair, and repair of injuries nurtures the marital garden
Have you ever had a garden? You love it, tend it, water it, and shape it like the work of art it is. When you do, your garden becomes beautiful and fruitful, delivering whatever you desire—beauty, pleasure, rest, nourishment, purpose—a complex living system to love and cherish. People invest more time and money in gardening than any other hobby in America.
We all have masculine and feminine aspects, and, in the sexual occasion, are mostly more masculine or feminine. These qualities inform our identity, work, relationships, sexuality, and worldviews. This lecture explores the vast importance and personal relevance of masculine and feminine to you and everyone you know.
How’s your sex life? If it’s not great most of the time, you (and your partner if you have one) need to watch this lecture and find out how we Americans can use the sexual wisdom of the East along with the psychological insights of the West to enjoy hot, healthy sex throughout life.
This week the Therapist in the Wild reveals some basic truths about unconditional love–a misunderstood concept that has been the basis of a lot of confusion in the last fifty years.
There are unhappy “checking-in” couples as well, though, and while the words and mechanisms are similar, the energy is very, very different.
Dr. Keith Witt is here to talk about flirting and enjoyable attractions. We’re all sexual beings. Everyone of us. We have sexuality oozing out of our pores. That’s just who we are. Now we can either hide it and try to repress it, or we can channel it in a healthy way, enjoy it, and even celebrate it.
Flirting often naturally happens when a more masculine person (usually a guy) and a more feminine person (usually a woman) connect.
Say you’re single and yearn for love. What’s the first step? “What do I do?” “How do I find someone where we’re both into each other?” “How can I tell …
What can you do to make your romantic/erotic relationship more fun for you and your partner? Are you willing to change what you think and do to create more love and pleasure? Are you willing to be more expressive about who you are sexually, and more accepting of who your partner is sexually?
I love online dating. I think online dating services like Chemistry.com, Eharmony, Jdate, plentyoffish, and Match.com are among the most wonderful outcomes of the linked-in information age. Computer dating has …