Emotional cheating, as opposed to physical cheating, involves turning to someone who is not your spouse or partner for emotional support. This typically begins as some form of friendship, but ultimately grows into something that is more threatening to the intimacy between you and your partner. While there are many different opinions surrounding the severity […]
Shelley Malil Domestic Violence Case Our very own Jessica Yaffa speaks to KPBS in response to the Shelley Malil domestic violence case and the rehabilitation of offenders.
When we are struggling with relationships, whether they are abusive or not, self-care can often get pushed to the wayside. But if you’ve been following my blogs, or heard me speak, you know that nurturing the relationship we have with ourselves is even more important when we’re experiencing difficulties in our relationships with others. My […]
A guide for setting healthy boundaries in relationships Humans are social animals. Our very existence relies on our relationships with others and many aspects of our well-being hinges on the quality of those relationships. Whether you are the type to have many relationships or just a few, healthy relationships are critical to your survival. […]
Dealing with a narcissist can be difficult. Whether they are our partner, parent, child, friend, boss, or co-worker, interacting with them can create feelings within us of shame, low self-worth, frustration, and fatigue. It can be difficult to spot a narcissist until we’re entangled in a dramatic relationship with them. Often, our first interactions with […]
Finding the right relationship coach can be daunting. Improving your relationships requires a lot of work and it’s important to have a qualified guide to walk you through the journey. So just how do you choose the right coach? These 6 tips will guide you through the process so you can get to work on […]
When we think about the link between trauma and mass violence, we typically think about the aftermath of mass violence and the resulting trauma. An interesting article recently published by Haven Hills Recovery, a women’s trauma treatment facility in San Diego, CA., explores the topic from a different angle. They wanted to know if mass […]