A 3-minute video about how to help your partner when they are anxious, angry, scared or sad!Read More
Our relationships change over time, from that first moment when we meet someone when the dopamine rush has us feeling all ‘loved’ up, to building a life together, creating a family, raising kids, all the time trying to stay connected, despite the distractions life throws at us.
The reality is that when you have been with your partner for an extended time, you naturally start to take them for granted, with idiosyncrasies that you once found cute becoming little more than an annoyance.Read More
It sounds like a simple thing, but it’s amazing how many couples forget to show their love for one another. Saying “I love you” regularly is great, but this alone is not enough, you need to actually show how much you care with thoughtful gestures, intimate moments and meaningful actions.
Here are my top five tips to show your partner that you love them (most of which can also be applied to other relationships with loved ones):Read More
Being yourself is a key factor to success in a relationship. Read here as I write about what can or may have happened to create a relationship where you can't fully "be yourself" and how it affects you and what to do about itRead More
Listen here as I have chat with Emily Evans and her co-host Laura Gardiner from Radio ECU in Perth. They are both students from Edith Cowan University studying their Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcasting. They interviewed me about how to think about and manage yourself after a break-up.
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1. Hold your partner for just that little bit longer and tighter when you greet each other and when you say goodbye.
2. Show up and always consider your actions have your partner in mind too.
3. Show gratitude and appreciation for each other every single day.
4. Go to bed at the same time each night.
5. Ensure your behavior and actions are attractive to your partner.
By Melissa Ferrari - Couple Therapist
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Keeping the connection you felt when you both first met can take some very simple tips listed below. Some of these can even only take as little as a few seconds. These tips are tried, tested and researched to be effective. They work with the parts of the brain that stimulate the connection of bonding and love through the creation of oxytocin. Yes there is science behind it so try to do a few of these daily. Ready, set, go.Read More