Posts Tagged ‘relationship training’
I was divorced at age 27 from a good man. Would you be surprised that despite having completed a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, I knew next to nothing about creating a happy relationship for myself? That understanding came years later.
You may be in the same boat I was all those years ago. In your work you may be an effective Read the rest of this entry »
Hi, I’m Michelle Vásquez with True Love Relationship Coaching. I have over 18 years experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas working with couples helping them learn communication and problem-solving skills.
With my training and background as a marriage therapist helping couples solve their marital problems, I understand couples at a deep level. Read the rest of this entry »
A few words about instant gratification and how holding this as an important value can harm your relationship.
What a difficult day. I’m leaning sideways, trying to regain my (emotional) equilibrium. I love the saying, “This too shall pass.” No matter how happy you may be, it changes. No matter how sad, you cannot stay there forever. Our emotional states change. If they did not, we wouldn’t be able to stand the intensity of whatever emotion is present at the moment. Read the rest of this entry »
My passion as a psychotherapist and relationship coach is to help you achieve your passion. I know that you can have a happy, successful relationship whether you are a couple that has been struggling for years or a single person who seeks to find someone to spend your life with. Read the rest of this entry »
Affairs are becoming increasingly more public events, though I doubt they are more common than they used to be. We just hear more about them in a much more public way than we have in the past. If you are a Single woman, you may be worried about being cheated on by the man you choose. You may be wondering how you can affair-proof your relationship before you even find the one for you.
Keeping your relationship healthy, happy, and successful takes work. Having said that, not all of the work is hard. Some of it can be quite enjoyable. You need many skills to make your marriage successful. Three of them are flexibility, playfulness, and commitment.
Since divorce became more accessible, we have been telling ourselves lies about children and happiness. We have convinced ourselves that if we are happy, our children will be happy. We have said this for so many years that we believe it is the truth.
Are you in a relationship with someone who is excessively jealous? Maybe when you first got together the jealousy looked like your lover was really into you. Later it began to be a drain on your energy. What seemed like passion at first has become a constant battle. Maybe your partner told you that s/he had been cheated on by a previous lover. You figure it would make sense to feel insecure about someone new.