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How to Respond to Loneliness in Marriage

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer In my last article, I touched upon loneliness in marriage. When I married my husband as a young person of 28, I never thought that I would experience feelings of loneliness. The truth is, that feeling of loneliness is one of the utmost challenging experiences that any […]

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Can a Simple Question Cause a Communication Breakdown?

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Have you ever experienced the following in a relationship? Everything is going well, you feel connected, you’re enjoying one another, and then…Boom! Suddenly, you’re in a full-blown argument. And what’s worse, you didn’t see it coming. I’ve personally experienced this in my marriage. I feel sad and […]

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Marital Chat-iquette

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It started as a fun informal poll that my husband and I would ask our friends. Question: How much do you talk to your partner at social events? Who knew that our little question would become a bit of a party gag? Here’s […]

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It’s Time to Have the Conversations

Lately, I’ve noticed that there are many people who would rather live quietly and comfortably miserable in their dissatisfaction than muster up the courage to get out of it. And getting out of it is probably as simple as having a conversation. The older I get and the more work on myself I’ve done, the […]

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How Partnering Deepens Your Love

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Do you ever feel lonely in your relationship? Do you crave a deepened connection with your partner? This is an important topic for all of us. In order to shed light on the subject, I’m going to share an intimate conversation that I had with my mentor, […]

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What Do We Mean by Honesty in a Relationship?

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer When it comes to romantic relationships, what is the most important thing you look for in a person? Although many will have a different answer, the one thing that tops the list for most people (or at least makes their top 3!) is honesty. I agree, honesty […]

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How to Heal after a Painful Breakup

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I will preface this post by saying you’ll want to read this even if you are currently in a loving relationship, you’re entering a new relationship, or you’re healing from a breakup—you’ll see why! Breakups are painful, period. A relationship is an investment of our heart, time, […]

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Embracing Self-love—Let’s Do This Together

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I’ve written recently about giving—giving to others, giving to your relationship, and being aware of the imbalance of giving and the way over-giving can cause harm to you and your relationship. But today, I’m going to talk about a different form of giving: self-love. Lately, I’ve been […]

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