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A man sits with his therapist, hiding face in shame, anxiety, and stress.
Seeking mental health support in and of itself is very challenging. It’s difficult to be vulnerable and reach out to friends and family, let alone a professional, and there’s no denying the role of cultural and social stigma in making it even harder. For many, especially POC, there is an added layer of guilt and shame when it comes to therapy. Whether we look at Afro-Caribbean cultures, Arab cultures, Asian or South Asian cultures, many
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A couple spending time on the beach to focus on improving their relationship.
Every long-term relationship goes through times of closeness and distance, highs and lows, intimacy and separation. These are completely normal phases of a relationship that can occur due to lifestyle changes, workload, stress, or even broken trust. There can be times when you naturally gravitate towards each other and get back to being intimate, but sometimes the resentment can last longer than expected. Every relationship requires hard work and consistent effort from both sides to
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A couple fights over infidelity and cheating issues by one of the partners.
Being cheated on is arguably one of the worst things anybody can experience. It destroys your self-esteem, mental health, and of course, your relationship. It’s impossible to move past being cheated on for a lot of people, and sometimes, the feelings and emotions associated with it never seem to go away. But there is light at the end of the tunnel, and you can find closure, and healing, both as an individual or even as
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A couple looks upset and ashamed as they stand before each other.
Sex is one of the pillars of a healthy relationship, and when your sex life takes a backseat or hits bumps along the road, it can really take a toll on things. Human beings need sex as a form of intimacy, commitment, closeness, stress relief, emotional and physical connection, and so much more. When you’re missing out on that, it can land you in a dark, difficult place. We often don’t realize how much of
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A newly married couple posing for a photoshoot
A relationship is a rollercoaster ride; the moment you feel you know your partner perfectly, they’ll surprise you with a new trait or quirk. That being said, if you’re taking this relationship to the next level by getting married, you should lay out some ground rules to make it work. Here’s a list of questions to ask your partner before saying, “I do.” What Are Your Financial Goals? Whether your partner is your high-school sweetheart
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