Sometimes we need to bottle up our anger, sometimes we need to sip, sometimes we need to share. This article outlines a process for how to use our anger in healthy ways.
“Being in a loving relationship augments our caring and compassion for others, in our family and in our community” – Dr. Sue Johnson, Hold Me Tight, p. 259
“Books and cleverness! There are more important things! — Friendship and bravery!” – Hermione Granger
Sexual compatibility can be greatly improved within most loving relationships.
Therapy can help people drive their own bus after feeling stranded in the dark.