Psychologists used to recommend talking about sex a year before puberty, but now children on average are exposed to pornography at age 8 due to the internet and pop ups. So families are scrambling about how to talk to an 8 or 9 year old about sex. Additionally, the Center for Disease Control and the
Orlando Marriage Therapist on Three Things You Need to Know If You Are Married Sleeping Apart
Did you know that more than 23 percent of married Americans sleep alone according to the National Sleep Foundation? The reason that couples reported that they sleep separately was because of snoring, restless leg syndrome, pregnancy, and different work schedules,
Orlando Marriage Therapist on 5 Things To Renew Your Relationship in the New Year
What are your New Year’s resolutions for 2010? Many times people set goals that include specific career, weight, and financial goals. How about setting some specific relationship goals?
Below are five things you must do to renew your relationship in the New Year.
Orlando Pre-Marital Counselor on FIVE WRONG REASONS PEOPLE MARRY
Are you or someone you know considering marrying their partner? Many couples get married based on feelings or circumstances. Marriage can be a wonderful experience through proactive work. During pre-marital counseling sessions with couples, one of the questions I often ask: what do you like about each other and
Orlando Marriage Therapist on Five Relationship Tune-Up Tips: Lessons Learned from Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods confession today is a reminder that celebrities are people too. Most people think that cheating and affairs happen to other people, but I am sure Elin Woods felt the same way until now. Most people do not know that 60% of
Orlando Relationship Counselor | You Wanna Hook Up? – The Long & Short Term Effects on Women
Why bother asking someone to dinner or to the movies when you can meet at a party, down a few drinks and go “hook up” for the night?
In my freshman year of college, I can remember going down the