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Taking Care of You

Loving Better promotes the healthy growth of your relationship by teaching you how to recover from disappointments and turn them into greater understandings. A few simple changes in behavior and a shift in your approach based on the included exercises will set you on a path to a healthier life together. Read more...

Infidelity - The Shock of Discovery
It is common for both spouses to experience depression (including suicidal thoughts), anxiety, and/or a profound sense of loss following the initial disclosure. The reactions of the betrayed spouse resemble the post-traumatic stress symptoms of the victims of catastrophic events.

Your Self Worth
The erosion of self-esteem can be one reason behind the distance that develops between romantic partners. To avoid this, you need to do some active self-esteem building for yourselves, both as individuals and as a couple.

Anger Management
Everyone gets angry. Some people show it openly and others don’t. If you are one of
those people who claim you don’t get angry- you’re either not in touch with your
emotions or you are lying.

Depression is a serious medical condition. In contrast to the normal emotional experiences of sadness, loss, or passing mood states, clinical depression is persistent and can interfere significantly with an individual's ability to function.

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Ask Maple -  A Site About  Relationships

Dear Maple,

My husband admitted to an emotional affair about 2 years ago. The problem for me is he kept telling me different stories about it. I kept catching him in lies. He swears there was no sex, but if this is true, why can he not be honest about it. He told so many different stories I don't know what to believe. I keep this in the back of my mind and it keeps me from healing. I guess to me I don't trust him. Why cant he be honest?

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Internet Addiction
How long have you been sitting there, staring at this screen? Are you spending more and more of your time clicking and typing, typing and clicking? Is there nothing else you'd rather do? Think carefully about the answers to these questions, say psychologists; they may tell a lot about your mental health. read more

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Sexual Addiction

Sex Addiction can involve a wide variety of practices. Sometimes an addict has trouble with just one unwanted behavior, sometimes with many. A large number of sex addicts say their unhealthy use of sex has been a progressive process. It may have started with an addiction to masturbation, pornography (either printed or electronic), or a relationship, but over the years progressed to increasingly dangerous behaviors. read more

Cyber Porn Addiction

Dr. Victor Kline, a clinical psychologist at the University of Utah, has interviewed and treated over 200 sex offenders. He released a study describing the four-step process of a person's addiction to pornography. read more


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