“We all have only so much time and energy, and if work is slurping up 98 percent of it, there's not much of the best of you leftover for your significant other,” Dr. Bobby says. “This can lead to more time apart, distraction, stress or fatigue when you're together and, ultimately, resentment.”
Your Ex broke your heart, but now they're back insisting that things will be different this time. Should you get back together with your Ex? Or move on with your life? Dr. Lisa and Anna help Anne Marie sort it out, on this episode of “Anna Faris is UNQUALIFIED.”
“Friendship breakups have multiple pain points and rationales for why it hurts so much. Unfortunately, we don’t have many media representations of the “common” framework for this breakup type. Therefore, the hurt can be an unexpected reaction.” – Tomauro Veasley
“The micro-generation between Gen X and Millennials is caught somewhere between the worlds of online dating and IRL romance. Growing Self's expert dating coach, Markie Damiana, shares her insights with Inside Hook and Michael Stahl about how to make it work.”
The pandemic era has created a ‘make or break' situation for marriages. Dr. Lisa shares how this challenging time can actually help you grow stronger as a couple, with Denver Channel 7's anchor, Nicole Brady.
“If you find yourself consistently going to a friend, co-worker or someone else to bounce ideas off of, get support or just chit-chat, and notice communication with your partner dwindling, it may be a sign to rethink how things are going,” couples therapist Jenna Peterson of Growing Self Counseling and Coaching in Broomfield, Colorado, told HuffPost.