Personal Development

Millennials Are Marrying Their Exes

June 16, 2016
Millennials Are Marrying Their Exes

Millennials are increasingly marrying their exes. So says Jenna Birch in a new article at Elle magazine. I contributed to the article, check it out: Generation Breakup Then Makeup: Millennials Are Marrying Their Exes I’d love to hear your thoughts on the topic. Please head over to Elle to read the article, then let’s discuss! […]

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Is Marrying the Wrong Person Inevitable?

June 7, 2016
Is Marrying the Wrong Person Inevitable?

“Compatibility is an achievement of love; it must not be its precondition.” Alain de Botton Alain de Botton’s recent article Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person in the NYXs is undoubtedly meant to promote his new novel The Course of Love, but has generated a lot of interest for its premise. (Hat tip to J 2.0 […]

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Authenticity in Relationships

May 25, 2016
Authenticity in Relationships

We live in a time where little seems authentic. People are famous for being famous. Professional Instagrammers make six figures creating elaborate fantasies for followers. Facebook feeds are carefully curated to present relationships as something more than perfect – the goal is to be enviable. Dating becomes a Game – an entire strategy based on a […]

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Beware the Guy Who Wants to Be Friends With An Ex

May 20, 2016
Beware the Guy Who Wants to Be Friends With An Ex

I have never felt comfortable with the idea of my partner being close friends with an ex. I don’t understand the need for it. The world is full of wonderful people we may befriend – why nurture a close friendship with someone you used to have sex with? It’s bound to be unsettling for a […]

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Relationship Conflict is Unavoidable – and Essential

May 17, 2016
Relationship Conflict is Unavoidable – and Essential

Very often people who are thrilled with their new relationships tell me “We never fight, we agree about everything!” That claim has two distinct and different parts. They’re not synonymous, nor are they even desirable. The first claim is that the couple never fights. That’s a good thing, right? Fighting conjures up images of anger, […]

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