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Mar

Environmental factors have been shown to influence our emotional and physical health. If we are living in a stressful or unhealthy situation that is going to have a significant effect on us. Stress takes its toll. This certainly extends to healthy relationships. A study in the journal of Gerontology was conducted that linked spousal health…

28

May

There are couples who may not be satisfied in their relationship with their partner. This dissatisfaction could be the result of an accumulation of events and interactions over time, or one or two significant/impactful events.  This dissatisfaction becomes clear to one or both parties. At that point, couples could either seek out to fix or…

23

Feb

Relationships are based on subjectivity. We all bring our childhood, past experiences, and individual personalities into it. What one person looks for in a partner is entirely different than another. Universally, we want to feel love and supported. We may all express these feelings in a different ways. A partner’s love may not be conveyed as it…

25

Apr

There are many special rewards to being in a rewarding relationship. Studies indicate the individuals live longer and are more happy in fulfilling relationships. Having the friendship, support, and understanding of a significant other is very important for most people. Building a good life together is a continuous and sometimes challenging process. Couple dissolution could…

05

Jan

Cause and Effect and Mental health Human nature is to want to know the reasons for why things happen. It helps us understand or make sense of an event and the world around us. This is important in our relationships and daily life. If we do not  take into consideration the full ramifications of our…

05

Jan

This blog post is a compilation of different sources. All opinions are not suggstions of Myers Counseling Group. The sources are at the end of each paragraph. Via–click to view more on that subject. Ten Ways Couples can Reconnect MSNBC recently explored the idea of how boredom affects divorce and while the idea that ennui can…

04

Jan

There are many special rewards to being in a rewarding relationship. Studies indicate the individuals live longer and are more happy in fulfilling relationships. Having the friendship, support, and understanding of a significant other is very important for most people. Building a good life together is a continuous and sometimes challenging process. Couple dissolution could impact on physical health, mental health, on children, work, and…