The Divorce Remedy, by Michelle Weiner-Davis (Simon & Schuster, 2002) was recently recommended by a colleague and fills a useful niche in a very crowded genre.
What I liked about this book includes:
- Emphasis on the value of trying to save a marriage or relationship, even if it is in a difficult condition. I think too many counselors steer clients toward divorce, perhaps due to their own unhappy experiences in intimacy. Divorce has a … more
A Polarity Therapy “Three Principles” Perspective on Relationships
By John Chitty, RPP, BCST
In an era when long-lasting marriages are increasingly rare, Polarity Therapy principles offer guidance for strengthening this vital institution.
Divorce has many negative consequences, including financial loss, emotional distress and one person ending up more wounded or disadvantaged in the process. When … more
This new e-book is a fast tour of psychological issues facing boys and young men — generally age 35 and under. It offers many research-based observations about a mental health crisis facing this population which is losing its sense of direction and motivation to participate in real world activities like relationships and careers, due to brain (particularly within the nucleus accumbens and pleasure-reward circuits) and behavioral changes which are adaptations to over-use of online pornography … more