Psychological Childhood Trauma Recovery

Childhood experiences can impact our current daily life and our ability to have healthy functioning interpersonal relationships. They can also distort our perception of ourselves and others. When I am working with a couple, sometimes it is clear there are dynamics in the relationship stemming from experiences that predate the relationship. These pre-existing conditions often […]

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Abusive Behavior – Men Who Rage, Women Who Love Them – Part 2 of 2

(Read Part 1 Here) Are you the husband who rages at his wife?   Do you yell and fly off the handle when you are stressed?   Do you curse at your family and call them names? If you are, I’m worried about you, because I can see the future.   Years of working with […]

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Verbal Abuse,  Part 1 of 2 – Men Who Rage and The Women Who Love Them

Verbal Abuse – I see it a lot. I’ve been seeing a lot of clients lately who are married to men who are funny, witty, charming and loving….most of the time. But these men also have a darker side.   They can be threatening and intimidating.  They can fly off the handle and say hurtful, […]

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When Love Hurts: Abusive Relationships

When you think of abusive relationships, you probably envision physical beatings and bruises.  No doubt that is one form of abuse I see.  But to be honest, it isn’t what I see most often.  More than anything else, I see verbal abuse and emotional abuse.  What I try to get my clients to see is that […]

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