Review of the book ‘And Baby Makes Three’

Review of the book ‘And Baby Makes Three’

I wrote a post several months ago about the Danish baby boom of the 2010s.  Click here if you have missed it.  I have a number of 30-somethings who are having babies.  They tend to be educated and aware, and relatively high achievers.  Adding a baby to a marriage changes it significantly.  A great deal of research has been conducted about this already.  If you are familiar with my work, you know that I rely on the Gottman’s contributions to the…

Review of the book:  ‘State of Affairs’

Review of the book: ‘State of Affairs’

An affair can be one of the most devastating events to occur in a monogamous relationship.  Perhaps  it’s that potential for devastation that causes people to view it in simplistic, black-and-white terms.  Many expressions abound about affairs that supposedly contain some element of truth in them. ‘Once a cheater, always a cheater’.  ‘Affairs only happen in couples where there are already troubles’.  I myself have even found myself thinking in simple, reductionistic terms, about affairs. And yet, affairs happen with striking…

Review of the Headspace Meditation Application

Review of the Headspace Meditation Application

Frequently, particularly when I am seeing someone with stress or anxiety, I recommend developing a meditation practice.  There are a plethora of free applications and videos on YouTube.  But when clients ask me if there is one I prefer, I recommend Headspace.  I have downloaded and tried several of them myself.  However, I had never purchased one until about two months ago when I decided to try the paid version of Headspace and review it for my website and blog….

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