Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
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The essence of couples therapy.
David Woodsfellow Ph.D.
If you think men and women behave differently due to a bad day at work, you're right.
You want understanding, but you get advice. Why does that feel so bad?
We all want our partners to be "there for us" when things are tough. At those times, small behaviors can make a big difference.
New research shows newlyweds become less agreeable in the first 18 months. Yikes!
Is defensiveness a problem in your relationship? Changing a few habits can really help.
Does your husband refuse to go therapy with you? Here's something you'll want to know.
Have you ever thought that you two were spiraling down? If so, here's a way out.
David Woodsfellow, Ph.D., is the founder of The Woodsfellow Institute for Couples Therapy in Atlanta, where he has done 25,000 hours of couples therapy in the past 25 years.