Category: Relationships

empty nesters

A Guide to Navigating Marriage and Romance in Your Golden Years

Special to Principle Skills By Michelle Peterson If you’re considering getting married later in life, you aren’t alone. Increasingly, people are choosing to tie the knot in their senior years. A late-life marriage brings some benefits. For example, both parties will likely be more financially

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couple counseling

Is It Too Late To Save The Relationship?

By Amanda Linan, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Some couples who seek counseling worry that they may have waited too long. Can their relationship be saved or is it beyond repair?  That’s a tough question to answer for many reasons. Some may say it is never

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Couples On The Brink Counseling

Discernment Quiz

Is Divorce The Answer? Couples On The Brink Counseling One question to ask yourself if you are 1) considering divorce, 2) considering marriage therapy and 3) wondering what type of counseling is right for you. QUESTION: Is your marriage on the brink of divorce? Select

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Sex Therapy

What is Sex Therapy?

Sex Issues I often get asked what sex therapy means. It’s a fair question as it’s sort of vague. In a sense, it is exactly what it sounds like: therapy about sex. Here are the most common topics that fall under the umbrella of sex

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The Gift Mothers Really Want

With Mother’s Day looming, many fathers and children are scrambling for the right gift. A bouquet of flowers? Jewelry? A trip for a pedicure? So many options!But the gift that could have the most impact is some understanding.What? What does that even mean?Well, in my

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Colorado couples retreat

Why Does Love Hurt?

Because Love Matters By Caralee Frederic, LCSW “Why does love hurt?” It’s a question that gives me pause every time, because my knee jerk reaction is to say defensively “It doesn’t” or “It shouldn’t.”Love should feel great! And a lot of the time, it does.

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