Relationships

  • How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem

    How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem

How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem

 

One of my extended family members died recently.  When people offered their condolences, (more…)

By |August, 2nd, 2016|Relationships|Comments Off on How to Deal With a Difficult Person — Without Becoming Part of the Problem
  • Dr. Jan Anderson, PsyD, LPCC
    Men, Women, Marriage and Sex:  How It’s Different Now Men, Women, Marriage and Sex:  How It’s Different Now

    Men, Women, Marriage and Sex: How It’s Different Now

Men, Women, Marriage and Sex: How It’s Different Now

The period drama Mad Men highlighted the American cultural revolution during the 1960s, when it was a man’s world at home and when sexual banter at the office wasn’t yet harassment.  Not long after the final episode ended in the time period 1970, an unknown researcher was beginning another “relationship” revolution.

By |July, 7th, 2015|Love & Marriage, Relationships, Success|Comments Off on Men, Women, Marriage and Sex: How It’s Different Now
  • THE OTHER TALK: How to Start Your Least Favorite Conversation THE OTHER TALK: How to Start Your Least Favorite Conversation

    THE OTHER TALK: How to Start Your Least Favorite Conversation

THE OTHER TALK: How to Start Your Least Favorite Conversation

There are a million reasons to avoid or put off having the Other Talk, but you and I already know the primary reason: Whether you’re doing the asking or the telling, it’s hard to talk about how we want the end of our lives to be.

By |December, 30th, 2014|Personal Growth, Relationships|Comments Off on THE OTHER TALK: How to Start Your Least Favorite Conversation
  • ESTRANGED: What to Do When Your Adult Child Wants Nothing To Do With You ESTRANGED: What to Do When Your Adult Child Wants Nothing To Do With You

    ESTRANGED: What to Do When Your Adult Child Wants Nothing To Do With You

ESTRANGED: What to Do When Your Adult Child Wants Nothing To Do With You

Nothing can create more feelings of shame than to be rejected by your own child.  One parent described it this way, “It’s like she died, only worse — my adult daughter lives here in town, but she won’t have anything to do with me — and places all the blame for the estrangement on me.”

By |November, 18th, 2014|Relationships, Resilience|Comments Off on ESTRANGED: What to Do When Your Adult Child Wants Nothing To Do With You