Category Archives for Mental Health and Marriage

An Asperger Marriage

An Asperger Marriage: Moving Beyond Despair In our intensive couples therapy intake process, we sometimes hear about long-term relationships with a partner who was never diagnosed with Aspergers. These

Continue reading

Negative Sentiment Override…How the Partner in Your Head Can Ruin Your Marriage

Do You Suffer From Negative Sentiment Override? Do you suffer from Negative Sentiment Override in your marriage? I tell couples that I’m working with that there are 4 people in their relationship.

Continue reading

5 Ways to Spot a Narcissistic Wife and 5 Ways to Deal With Her

The Perils of Having a Narcissistic Wife Therapists are only supposed to engage in self-disclosure if it serves the treatment plan for the client. I see no reason to have a different standard for this

Continue reading

Unsupportive Spouse Depression

Unsupportive Spouse Depression Believing that you have an unsupportive Spouse has been identified as a primary source of Depression. New research shows that partners who believe that they have unsupportive

Continue reading

The 5 Essential Tasks to Achieving Forgiveness in Marriage

Why is Forgiveness in Marriage So Hard? Is there an attachment science of forgiveness in marriage? What is forgiveness in marriage? Is it possible…or even desirable? In this post, I’m going

Continue reading

Christian Couples Counseling in a Secular Therapy World

Christian couples get a raw deal in secular couples therapy. Psychotherapy has never been particularly curious about religious faith of any kind. Most modern therapists do not tend to describe themselves

Continue reading

7 Ways Your Depressed Husband Shows Up In Couples Therapy

Your Depressed Husband and Couples Therapy We have been studying men like your depressed husband in couples therapy for more than twenty years. Many researchers now believe that a depressed husband acts

Continue reading

The Science of Gratitude

Is there a science of gratitude? A little below 7% of Americans struggle with depression, but in couples therapy, about 40% of the couples have issues with depression with at least one partner. Depression

Continue reading
1 2 3 5
Call Now Button