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Resource Management: Relationship Fillers

Resource Management: Relationship Fillers

This month we are focusing on helping you with Resource Management, and this week is specifically about relationship fillers!  Check out the blog posts from the last couple of weeks to get some background info on the reservoir and on personal fillers.  The key to...

Resource Management: Fillers

Resource Management: Fillers

This month we are focusing on helping you with Resource Management, and this week is specifically about fillers!  Check out last week’s blog post here to get some background info on the reservoir.  The key Resource Management is about learning how to run our lives so...

Resource Management: The Reservoir

Resource Management: The Reservoir

This month we are focusing on helping you with Resource Management, and this week is specifically about the reservoir!  I’m going to focus all my content (social media, podcast, and blog) on the same topic for a month to help you get a better understanding of each...

Why CORE?

Why CORE?

CORE is one of my absolute favorite things to talk about! In a nutshell, CORE is the temperament (kind of like personality) model that I developed over years of research. It helps us understand the innate part of us that doesn’t change and motivates why we do the...

Conflict Resolution: Communicate

Conflict Resolution: Communicate

Dealing with and resolving conflict is easily one of the most difficult things for most relationships! Conflict is a crucial part of any relationship. The key to a healthy relationship isn’t avoiding conflict, it’s learning how to do conflict healthily.  CPR of...

Rewiring the Brain: Cognitive Cycles

Rewiring the Brain: Cognitive Cycles

Last week, we talked about how the brain works. Now that we understand the basics of neurology, we can learn how to help our brains work healthily!  Brain/Body Interactive Cycle This is the basic process that occurs as we interact with the world. When something...

Neurology Made Easy: Upper and Lower Brain

Neurology Made Easy: Upper and Lower Brain

What is “Neurology Made Easy?” This topic is designed to help you understand a little bit more about how our brains work! The brain is an organ, just like any other. If we give our brains the things they need, barring rare cases of a chronic biological problem, or...

The Attachment Cycle

The Attachment Cycle

What is Attachment Theory? I wrote a previous blog post explaining attachment theory and the secure base relationship. Check it out here! To summarize briefly, attachment theory explains how we relate to the most important people in our lives.  Attachment is a Cycle...

Resource Management

Resource Management

What is Resource Management? Resource Management is the idea that we need to effectively and proactively manage our lives so that we maintain the necessary energy/emotional resources to contribute to our relationships and deal with the problems and setbacks that are...

Sexuality

Sexuality

Why is Sexuality Important? The goal and result of healthy sexuality in a marriage is closeness! Sex has the potential to bind us together. The way we handle sex influences the love in our relationship, and the love and safety in our relationship influences sex. Sex...

CORE

CORE

What is CORE? I have always been really interested in personality. It’s one of the things that got me interested in being a therapist/coach in the first place, because personality helps us understand who we are and what makes us tick and also helps us understand other...

The Attachment Relationship: Why is it Important?

The Attachment Relationship: Why is it Important?

What is Attachment Theory?Attachment Theory is super near and dear to my heart.It is a theory of development that helps us understand how to relate and interact with each other better than any other theory or tool that I am aware of. Why is it Important?There are...