Couples with ADHD: Creating Caring Connection amid the Chaos HelpforADHD This session will review the common relationship impacts of ADHD on couples and present solutions and strategies to overcome them. Learn the three golden rules to repair and retain connection in a relationship and manage reactivity. Experience the benefits of using the Couple’s Dialogue to deepen communication and create emotional safety. Useful apps will be recommended to coordinate tasks, lists, and routines.
10 Thoughts that Can Destroy Relationships Psych2Go Along with communication problems, negative, insecure thoughts are also the root of what breaks relationships. Psychologist Jeffrey Bernstein states that while it’s crucial for both partners to develop listening skills and learn to hear each other out by reflecting on the needs of their significant other, he also points out the underlying toxic thoughts we often keep to ourselves that aren’t openly talked about enough. Although challenges can’t be worked out in a single night and take time to be resolved in order to progress into the healthy strong relationships we yearn for, the first step is to be cognizant about the way you think about your partner. Psych2Go shares with you 10 thoughts that can destroy relationship.
Guidance for Uncertain Times: Navigating Relationship Challenges Help for ADHD When dealing with uncertain times, people search for ways to cope with feeling a lack of control. Learning to manage those feelings and recognizing that each person reacts differently becomes immensely important to their closest relationships. As a couple, or as a family, the need to handle the situation together is paramount. Dr. Ari Tuckman offers tips and strategies to maintain healthy relationships during a time of crisis.
Managing Conflict Lee Memorial Health System It can be uncomfortable—even difficult, but health experts say when it comes to conflict--communication is key. “I think a lot of times conflict comes from not communicating well, or from reading other people’s minds. So, I think, they think, so we have inner battles that the other person isn’t even aware of,” explained Dr. Jacqueline Hidalgo, a clinical psychologist with Lee Health.
Breaking the Code of Romantic Love PsychotherapyNet Over the last 30 years, Dr. Sue Johnson and her colleagues have “cracked the code" of romantic love through the development of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). By watching this video, couples will to learn to improve their relationships and therapists will find useful ideas and training techniques.