Marriage & Couples

My Spouse is Driving Me Crazy!

My Spouse is Driving Me Crazy!

By Guest Blogger Gray Moulton, LMFT, PLLC My clients come to me often sharing that their spouses are driving them insane. It never fails. A couple will come to me and tell me about the things that attracted them to one another and inevitably, one will share stories...
Ignorance is Bliss

Ignorance is Bliss

By Kelly Hines “He was taking a bow and the sand would reshape according to the resonance of the vibrations…” That’s where he lost me. We’d been watching a documentary the night before on the expansion of the universe, and my husband was trying to explain what I’d...
Parents’ Night Out Options in the Triad

Parents’ Night Out Options in the Triad

Updated by Laura Simon I’m sure every parent will agree they can use a few hours off now and then. Instead of worrying about finding a baby sitter though, try sending your little ones to one of these many well-known, well-established and fun local organizations that...
How Can We Re-Energize Our Marriage?

How Can We Re-Energize Our Marriage?

By Christine Murray, PhD, LPC, LMFT, Director of the Healthy Relationships Initiative Our Healthy Relationships Initiative (HRI) team is excited to partner with Triad Moms on Main on this blog series. In this series, we offer general guidance to relationship or family...
Before You Cheat

Before You Cheat

By Guest Blogger Cristin Whiting, PsyD We ran this article years ago, and it still draws quite a bit of traffic. We thought it would be great food for thought to post again. We welcome your thoughts and comments below. Feel free to post anonymously by leaving the name...
Code Words Save Relationships

Code Words Save Relationships

By Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA Have you ever said something to your partner that you immediately regretted? Maybe a few too many words slipped out. Words that are now are making your partner feel hurt and emotionally distant. Couples experiencing tension often do one...
Are You Doing the Dance?

Are You Doing the Dance?

By Guest Blogger Gray Moulton, LMFT, CST Therapist When it comes to sex, it’s usually fairly easy to discover whether or not you are the pursuer as opposed to the distancer.  Much of the time, though not always, men initiate sex. We can call them the Pursuers.  If you...
The Divorce Fairytale: Part 2 “Dating”

The Divorce Fairytale: Part 2 “Dating”

By Guest Blogger Clare Jordan Today’s post is the second post in a four-part series that explores lessons learned through divorcing, dating, remarrying, and blending two families. If you missed Part I, click HERE. Stay tuned for Part III! Becoming suddenly single, for...