I am a NYC based Certified Life Coach and mental health advocate. My writing has been published on The Huffington Post, Prevention, Psych Central, Pop Sugar, MSN and The Good Man Project, among others. I work with all kinds of people to help them go from depressed and overwhelmed to confident and happy in their relationships and in their world.
Surviving a partner’s infidelity can be very difficult but surviving infidelity in a toxic marriage can seem almost impossible.
Did you know that setting expectations in a new relationship can go a long way in ensuring it's longevity, and most importantly, success?
If you and your partner set expectations for your relationship and one or both of you ignore them, your relationship will suffer and, most likely, fail.
Are you having a tough time and finding it challenging when it comes to managing your depression, during such a tumultuous time?
The importance of setting expectations after breaking up is not something that can not be overemphasized.
Infidelity can rock even the most stable marriage. Fortunately, there are 5 essential boundaries that can help a marriage survive infidelity.
Women, by nature, are emotional and tend to process breakups in a way where they can get past them and move on. Men, unfortunately, don’t always naturally possess the skills, nor have they been taught how to process their emotions. As a result, they can get stalled out and stay damaged after a relationship ends.
Can it be challenging to keep your relationship strong when you are depressed? Absolutely yes! I know because I have been there.
Waking up and feeling depressed is a horrible thing. It messes with the rest of our day and makes us miss out on a whole lot of living. So, what do you do if you are feeling depressed in the morning?