On July 11 in the Huffington Post Healthy Living publication they wrote about some great research, publications and self-help developed by UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center (GGSC). I went through their publication “41 Science-Based Actions For A Meaningful Life” and chose some of my favorites to share with you. My favorites are connected to my work and the love I have for working with couples to help them get the best relationship they can achieve. Today I chose to
"Finances are often a source of stress both for new and long-term couples. Dr. John Gottman who has done ample research on couples and what makes some be masters at relationship recommends to have conversations about money and beginning by setting up a budget comfortable for both so 'you don't end up with a budget that forces either of you to become a martyr.' Some recommendations on books on financial planning are Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin (Pen
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It's rarely about desire alone. Post published by Barbara Markway Ph.D. on Feb 17, 2015 in Living the Questions "I often share with couples I see in therapy how foreplay starts outside the bedroom, way outside. It is in the work they do together and how they show appreciation and love, as well as helping each other." Betsabé Rubio LMFT, LPC A difference in sexual desire is a problem for many couples. Often, it's the man who wants sex more frequently, although this does not m