Did you know that you can rewire your brain to let in more intimacy and happiness? On this Monday’s “The Relationship Hour,” The StepFamily Center’s Susan Swanson will talk with Dr. Stan Tatkin, author of “Wired for Love.”
Tune in Monday, Dec. 16, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. PST to hear Dr. Tatkin help you to build a more successful relationship.
The most important relationship you’ll ever have is the relationship you have with yourself. The StepFamily Center’s Executive Director Susan Swanson premieres her new radio show on Monday, Nov. 18, with a discussion on the importance of knowing yourself in order to have good relationships with others.
When it comes to remarriage, it’s not just your emotional state that is impacted by the quality of your relationship. Turns out your health can also be affected by the quality of your remarriage.
A 20-year longitudinal study conducted by researchers at Brigham Young University followed 1,681 couples to determine how the quality of their relationship affected their physical health. The conclusion?
It is so common for parents of biological children to feel that the problem in the relationship between their kids and the stepparent belongs to the person in the step position.
“If they were only nicer, kinder, more understanding, or more forgiving,” they think, “things wouldn’t be such a big deal.”