Managing “Flooding” in Your Relationship

Managing "Flooding" in Your Relationship

Managing “Flooding” in Your Relationship Flooding is a term that is used to describe intense emotional reactions. Sometimes, these reactions can be displayed outwardly. They can include lashing out, yelling, screaming, and belligerence. There are reasons for this. This person might not believe that they are going to be heard

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Taking Responsibility to Repair Your Relationship

Taking Responsibility to Repair Your Relationship

Taking Responsibility to Repair Your Relationship All arguments and disagreements have two sides. As you’ll see in many of our articles, validation and listening are important parts in connection. However, many couples continue to struggle with moving on. One reason for this struggle is that the people involved might struggle

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Giving Up Your Agenda for Your Relationship’s Future

Giving Up Your Agenda for Your Relationship's Future

Giving Up Your Agenda for Your Relationship’s Future Relationships are hard. There’s no way around this. The longer you’re with someone, the more time you have to grow together, enhance your connection, and share experiences together. However, the more you’re together, you also have more time and potential to hurt

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Another Dead End Relationship? Take These Steps to Break the Cycle

Another Dead End Relationship? Take These Steps to Break the Cycle

Another Dead End Relationship? Take These Steps to Break the Cycle You’re putting in far more than you’re getting from this relationship. You’ve tried talking it over, you’ve been patient, but nothing has changed. You start to pull away, and then he starts being attentive, charming, affectionate. For a week

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Couples Therapy: When Your Relationship is One Big Argument

Couples Therapy: When Your Relationship is One Big Argument

Couples Therapy: When Your Relationship is One Big Argument What’s your relationship like? If you’re reading this page, it’s probably not going all that well for you right now. Has your loving partnership turned into one big fight?There’s a myth that a good relationship means you don’t have to “work

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