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When Is it Wise to try Restoring Emotional Intimacy after Your Spouse has Cheated?

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Infidelity is one of the most severe emotional blows that a relationship can suffer. It is the partner who was cheated on that sustains most of the psychological damage, and in most cases, it ends relationships and even marriage. While most people are of the opinion that cheating is cheating regardless of the circumstances, relationship experts tend to think otherwise. Many of them recommend for the couple to explore the underlying factors which may have made the other partner look another direction.

4 October 2018

3 Signs Your Teenage Child Is Depressed

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The teenage years can be a very turbulent time. Not only is your child making the transition from child to adult and dealing with raging hormones, but they are also facing increased social pressure as they start high school. This can make it easy to brush off your teen's behaviour as just a phase they are going through. However, it is important to recognise that what you take for teenage angst could, in fact, be something much more serious, such as depression.

27 June 2017

Tips to Getting Your Marriage on Track Post-Baby

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Transitioning from being a couple to adding a baby to your home can be an exhilarating and exciting time. However, as with most things, there is another side to the coin as you will also experience exasperation, fatigue and coming to terms with your twosome being expanded into a threesome. For some couples, this transition can cause a rift in the marriage. If you do not have the right tools to keep your marriage on track, you may even find that you are contemplating breaking up.

21 June 2017

Signs That Could Indicate Your Teen Is Depressed

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The teenage years are considered to be a tough period for teens and parents alike due to the extreme hormonal changes that your child is undergoing. Thus, it is not uncommon to find some people brushing sudden emotional and psychological changes in their child as typical teen angst. Although your kid may become difficult to relate to as they approach and undergo adolescence, it is important to be wary of any symptoms that could point toward depression or anxiety in your child.

8 June 2017