When you are overwhelmed by discovering your partner’s infidelity and your feelings are all over the place, would it be helpful to take some medication?
The Marshall Method Therapy Team explore what “the new normal” might look like for couples and how to tackle the common problems faced. Read More…
When infidelity turns your life upside down, self-help books provide the hope that there is some kind of roadmap back to safety. At least, that’s the theory. But how do they work in practice?
You’d think that after an affair was discovered, your husband or wife would do everything to make amends, not be angry – yet it is all too common. How to deal with an angry, dismissive partner?
What is the difference between a happy relationship where both partners feel connected and desired and an everyday one – which might look ok to outsiders but inside one or both partners are not getting their needs met?
Put the spark back in your long-term marriage using these relationship tips for older couples. Find out how to emerge stronger after retirement, the menopause or even infidelity.
How does being an ex-pat impact on your relationship? What’s it like to keep moving from one country to another because of you or your partner’s job? What are the expat relationship problems?
While a diary is a record of what you did, a journal is a record of your thoughts, feelings, desires and goals.
How a puppy helped heal a grieving heart On the eve of the millennium, my life looked great to outsiders. I had not one successful career but two. I worked as both a journalist – writing articles for the Daily Mail, Daily Express and The Times – and helping couples as a marital therapist. But […]
Lots of people think that once one partner has fallen out of love that the relationship is over. What’s the point if the feelings have gone?