Posts From: advice on relationships Category

Posted On: 24 Jul,2016 By:
Category: Couples, Relationships

Relationship Help: Accepting Influence

Many people ask for relationship help when arguments seem to keep reaching an impasse. What can you do when you feel like both of you are locked in your positions?

Posted On: 24 Nov,2015 By:
Category: Couples

What Kind of Marriage do you Want or Have?

  What kind of marriage do you want or have? Despite the broadening of our concepts of what marriage is supposed to be like, the divorce rates of first time marriages

Posted On: 9 Feb,2014 By:
Category: Couples, Introverts and Extroverts

Opposites Attract but can they Stay Together?

In the Beginning   Ron was initially attracted to Anna because she had her life so together. She knew what she wanted to do for a career and actively worked to achieve her career goals. She was at the top of her class and kept striving to be better. Anna aced all her assignments while […]

Posted On: 10 Jan,2013 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

A Tailor-Made Couples Retreat in Canmore

Who comes to the private retreats? I’m amazed and in awe of how hard couples are willing to work to make things better in their relationships. People come wanting to do to things such as rekindle their love, deepen their friendship, to feel closer to one another again, to have support in communication and conflict, […]

Posted On: 24 Oct,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

A Couples Retreat for Counseling Virgins

The decision *Jack had never been to counseling before. He was used to dealing with things by himself. The thought of talking to a stranger about their personal problems was so completely foreign he had a hard time imagining it let alone actually doing it.

Posted On: 29 Aug,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

Couples Retreat Help

This year has been incredibly busy with couple’s retreats. It’s work I find incredibly gratifying. Working with people who are on the brink of ending their relationships, who have been devastated by affairs, who have arguments that go badly, or who have grown apart is challenging. But it’s also really rewarding to witness people coming […]

Posted On: 23 Apr,2012 By:
Category: Couples

Project Relationship: Saving a Marriage One Self-help Book at a Time

She was planning his funeral. She thought about all the people she would invite, what her husband’s best friend would say, what food and drink she would serve, and how she would record the whole thing so that when their daughter was old enough, she could watch the video to really get to know her […]

Posted On: 29 Feb,2012 By:
Category: Couples

Putting Desire Back into Sex

Jack and Jill Jack and Jill go up and down the hill on each other once a week for 30 minutes, whether they both feel like it or not. They have the routine down pat. In fact, neither one of them really needs to think about what they’re doing because they long ago memorized the […]

Posted On: 24 Feb,2012 By:
Category: Couples

Rebuilding Sexual Desire in Loving Relationships

In my work with couples, there is often some dissatisfaction around the frequency of sex. One person may feel deprived while the other feels pressured. The pressure can build to the point where there is little touching–whether it’s sexual or not. The person who is missing sex tries to be patient but can become frustrated […]

Posted On: 16 Feb,2012 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat

Rebuilding Communication and Connection in a Couples Retreat

Lots of couples that I work with grapple with communication and connection. How do you stay feeling connected when the communication isn’t what you want it to be? How do you keep on trying when you’re feeling so discouraged?