Could you use more happiness in your life? I’m Sue Diamond Potts and I recently learned what factors are involved in the lives of the happiest people in the world.
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[Part 3 in this 3-part Series] In my last 2 blogs, I have outlined a clear roadmap and template to help you be successful and reduce your stress when working with couples.  There are many approaches to
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[Part 2 in a 3-part Series] Last week I shared my passion for doing the Bader-Pearson model of couples therapy.  I told you how it transformed my skills in a way that
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If not, I'd like to share some tips with you today.  But first, let me tell you a little about my journey. I used to think that my many years in practice
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Going on Retreat At the end of August each year I attend a 2-week meditation retreat. This is an important time for me to exit from my busy life and look
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 According to healthline.com,  ‘A traumatic event is an incident that causes physical, emotional, spiritual, or psychological harm. The person experiencing the distressing event may feel threatened, anxious, or frightened as a
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  Despite its negative consequences, most people initially start to use drugs and/or alcohol to relax or to escape a painful reality, but it can quickly turn into an addiction that
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  On our last post, we touched on the fact many couples wait until after they are married or until their relationship is falling apart to seek help. In fact, according to Dr.
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In my years of practice as a couple’s therapist, I’ve noticed many couples wait until after they are married or until their relationship is falling apart to seek help. This
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  There’s a lot of talk over the Internet about how to save a relationship that’s on the rocks. However, a study states that struggling couples need only two things: kindness
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    Years ago, I attended a talk by Dr. Wayne Dyer. I’m certain that many of you have heard of him or  even read one of his many books. One
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    We know from current brain research that all of our experiences reflect off of the ‘mirror of memory’ in our brains. This is nothing more than the stored accumulation,
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