You see it on television and in conversations with friends: the advice, as soon as someone is arguing with their spouse, is to “go to couples therapy.” But what about other relationships? You might have issues with your parents, siblings, friends, and even coworkers.
The pandemic didn’t just affect our physical health across the world. It’s had a profound effect on our mental health. Even though we’re emerging from the more intense restrictions, you still might be experiencing burnout by how difficult parenting became.
Hollywood has normalized toxic relationships. Movies have glorified toxic and controlling behaviors by making them seem desirable. We’ve all seen scenes where the couple’s knock-down-drag-out fight turns into passionate kissing.
Watching your child pull away is painful. While wanting to snoop comes from a protective place, it can harm your relationship with your child more than help.
Recently, online therapy has become much more popular. Since finding and connecting with a therapist can take some time, virtual meetings can be less difficult to navigate.
Many things affect the success of a relationship. You might be more comfortable considering factors such as personality, interests, religious background, education level, and attraction. But age-gap relationships tend to make people uncomfortable.