Tag: relationship care

Maybe It's You: Signs That You May Be Playing The Victim

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It's never easy to admit when we're wrong.

Trust me.

Not even Your Favorite Therapist enjoys the taste of crow when I have to admit that maybe...just maybe...I wasn't right.

O U C H !

It's true enough that there are times when the people in our lives treat us less than the best.

And if you know me by now, I'm B-I-G on setting boundaries and, when necessary, walking away from toxic situations.

However, the challenge is to recognize when we're "playing the victim."

**Before proceeding, let me be crystal clear, "playing the victim" does not apply when we've been violated, abused, traumatized, or victims of any form of violence.  Those situations are violations and fall nowhere near to what I'm discussing.**

Maybe it's easy for you recogni ...

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  • Boundaries
  • Marriage
  • Relationships

Tags:

  • boundaries
  • communication
  • connection
  • houston therapy
  • marriage counseling
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  • montrose, houston
  • relationship care
  • relationships

​ The Secret to Better Sex That People Rarely Share

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As a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in relationships & sexuality, I have the privilege of helping people on a regular basis overcome relationship conflict & sexual challenges.

Hands down, I have the best job ever…next to Beyonce, of course.

But, seriously, helping people overcome traumas, shame, emotional/physical pain that keep them from having healthy relationships & pleasurable sex is a pretty awesome gig.

I often take for granted how much “insider” information I have about the two topics.  And, although, on just about every social media stream we can find tips on “How to Know If Your Partner Thinks You’re The One” or “The Best Adult Toys to Boost Your Sex Life” there’s one important secret that they rarely reveal or go into detail about. 

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Posted in:

  • Pleasure
  • Relationships
  • Self-Care
  • Self-Love
  • Sex Education
  • Sex Therapy
  • Sexuality

Tags:

  • connection
  • couples therapy
  • gap in desire
  • marriage counseling
  • marriage therapy
  • montrose, houston
  • relationship care
  • relationships
  • self-care
  • sexless marriage
  • sexual health
  • sexual intimacy
  • single life
  • women's sexual health

5 Things to Consider If You're Shaming Yourself for Staying After Being Cheated On

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Remember when you used to think, “If they ever did that to me, I’d be out the door—no questions asked.  There’s no way I’d put up with that.”

You used to hear stories of betrayal and wonder how anyone could ever stay after infidelity.

After Beyoncé dropped the Lemonade album, people everywhere wondered how Beyoncé could possibly stay.  I mean, after all, she's Beyoncé, right?

“No way,” you thought--no way you'd stay.

So now that you’re sitting here, dazed, confused, and heart-broken after finding out a ...

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  • Boundaries
  • Couples
  • Infidelity
  • Relationships

Tags:

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  • attachment
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  • boundaries
  • break-up
  • cheating
  • clinicians of color
  • communication
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  • connection
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  • couples therapy
  • grief
  • houston therapy
  • infidelity
  • marriage counseling
  • marriage therapy
  • montrose, houston
  • relationship care
  • relationships
  • self-care

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