What would happen if you put a marital therapist, a professor of philosophy, a mathematician and two comedians on a sofa and got them talking about love? That’s the simple idea in this podcast on the philosophy of love. I explain my ideas about ‘What is Love?’ and we discuss whether love is the new […]
A Reader Writes… I love him and I know for a fact that he loves me too. But I think my husband has anger and inferiority problems but he doesn’t want to admit and get help. He gets angry about anything, no matter how small it is. He yells and doesn’t talk respectfully. He doesn’t approve […]
A Reader Writes… Seven years ago, when I was 8 months pregnant, I discovered my husband was cheating on me. I was suspicious because he was so uninterested in me, only barely interested in the pregnancy, and I put a tracking program on our computer. It took screen-shots of when he sent emails or used […]
One of the topics that couples find really difficult to talk about is the Menopause. This article explores why, and gives six practical tips to kick-start the conversation.
“It happened a long time ago, I’ve put it behind me and I want to move forward.” I can’t tell you how often I have heard this in my practice. It is nearly always said with passion because my client really wants to believe it – but just because we want to believe it, doesn’t make it true.
How to keep the door open and not pressurise.