9 Articles by Jordan Dann, MFA, LP, CIRT
Jordan Dann, MFA, LP, CIRT
No. 1 is the most important one.
While both are necessary to a relationship, they can feel oddly contradictory.
It's not as simple as someone just saying the words "I'm sorry."
The holidays can bring mixed feelings and expectations about this new family culture.
The two central drives for human beings are autonomy (control of our individuality) and attachment (urge for relationship).
It's time to rethink those "superficial issues" in your relationship.
Does your relationship have a culture of appreciation?
Recognizing the work equates to recognizing the persons doing the work.
"Just like it took time to learn to love this person, it takes time to unlearn how to love this person."