relationships

How Do I Address My Concerns About How Much My Partner is Working?

By Elisabeth LaMotte / March 2, 2019

This question is inspired by an interview with Huffington Post Relationships. In DC, where I practice therapy, the first question people ask one another is “what do you do?” Work is a defining feature and many people are used to working long hours and structuring a family life around consuming professional obligations. Marital tension about…

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Genie in a Bottle

By Spencer Northey / October 15, 2018

Genie in a Bottle Christina Aguilera I feel like I’ve been locked up tight For a century of lonely nights Waiting for someone to release me You’re lickin’ your lips And blowing kisses my way But that don’t mean I’m gonna give it away Baby, baby, baby (Baby baby baby) Ooh, my body’s sayin’ let’s…

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Somebody That I Used to Know

By Spencer Northey / September 17, 2018

Somebody That I Used to KnowGotye featuring Kimbra Male: Now and then I think of when we were together Like when you said you felt so happy you could die Told myself that you were right for me But felt so lonely in your company But that was love and it’s an ache I still…

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What are Some Misconceptions about what Married Couples Should have in Common?

By Elisabeth LaMotte / May 4, 2018

We are socialized to imagine that it is important to share common interests with our spouse. And many couples enjoy bonding through playing a sport together or sharing a variety of hobbies. But there are plenty of couples whose interests diverge. As long as a couple prioritizes spending time together on a regular basis, it…

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