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Relationship therapy

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Listen to Amber's latest podcast episodes of Relationship Psych. Access the latest podcast episodes right here, or subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Design the emotional connection you want. Couples therapy can be expensive, but Relationship Psych gives you access to couples therapy insights without spending a dime. Create emotional intimacy and quiet relationship conflict.

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There’s no doubt about it, therapy can be tough. Therapy is not something that can be rushed. It’s important to remember that, short of increasing the number of sessions per week, there is no fast track to healing. Healing isn’t linear, either. You may feel things are going great, but then have another revelation that makes you feel like you’ve regressed. Have faith. Besides having a solid connection to your therapist, here are some additional signs that indicate therapy is working.
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Are you ready to explore the juicy connection between daddy issues, the father wound, sexualization, fantasy bonding and the attraction to the ‘toxic, alpha male’? Together, Louise and Stephanie discuss the reasons that a Father Wound may drive us to date people who are emotionally unavailable. Louise & Stephanie also examine the alpha male, the wounded masculine and toxic masculinity and how this can manifest in our relationships negatively (and why we're attracted to it!), and more. Listen now
First, as divided as the two of you may be, there’s one thing you still agree on: your kids come first. Always. Always, always, always! Agreeing to this at the onset helps align the two of you in a healthier co-parenting dynamic. But that doesn’t mean feelings such as anger, resentment – whatever – aren’t going to show up from time to time. The best way to proceed into this new space is to prepare. Find out how co-parenting counseling can help.