There is a striking comparison between the DSM-V Diagnosis of Substance Dependence, a synonym for addiction, and the patterns of use, impairment, increased tolerance, and
Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips
Licensed Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Diplomate in Group Psychology, Certified Group Therapist, Author, Radio Host and Media Consultant Covering a Wide Range of Psychological Topics
Category: affirmation of partner
Many couples regardless of how many years they are married, complain about reduced sexual desire and the lack of expressed sexual interest in their relationship.
A tall single good-looking stranger moves into your building. The new young female teacher is turning the heads of most of the faculty? Should you
Money and sex are often considered prime factors in couple conflict and unhappiness. Yet an important but overlooked factor that erodes relationships is the lack
If you ask people what they think would improve their relationship, their immediate answer is often a clear formulation of what changes their partner could
It goes without saying that opportunities to celebrate the people we love are good things. In some ways Valentine’s Day is one of those opportunities.
While almost everyone working with couples and every self-help book underscores communication as central to any good relationship, there are times when the last thing