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What To Do If Your Partner Doesn’t Like Celebrating Valentine’s Day?

In Communication, Marriage, Rekindle Love & Passion, Relationships by Sofia RobirosaLeave a Comment

Valentine’s Day seems to be one of those holidays that people either love or hate. And over the years, Valentine’s day has gotten a bad rep. Some say that Valentine’s day is a Hallmark holiday, that is meant to simply move the economy, or an excuse for people to buy things. Others go as far as saying that it is …

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Tips for Couples That Work Together

In Career, Marriage, Relationships by Sofia RobirosaLeave a Comment

  When a couple works together they are sharing one more relationship: they are spouses, and co-workers… And in some cases, also parents. In order to have a satisfying marriage, it is important to protect each one of these relationships. There has to be certain rules or terms that need to be set to overcome any sort of clashes that …

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Feeling Like Your Spouse is Married to their Phone Lately?

In Communication, Drug Abuse, Marriage, Relationships by Sofia RobirosaLeave a Comment

  Do you feel irritated when the person you are interacting with opts to use their phone instead of contributing to the conversation or paying attention? Isn’t it worse when that person is your spouse? Does it feel like your spouse is married to their phone lately? Consciously or unconsciously, many couples are experiencing the challenges of Phubbing! What is …

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I think My Partner is Depressed, What Do I Do?

In Anger, Communication, Depression, Marriage, Relationships by Sofia RobirosaLeave a Comment

  Men and women are raised with contradiction when it comes to the topic of mental health; expressing mental health issues is taboo, which is nothing more than an illusion. And this illusion creates differences in your relationship.   Men are expected to stay strong, which leads them to believe that feelings and emotions are “for the weak.”  Women are …

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Should You Forgive and Forget?

In Communication, Forgive, Forgive, Relationships by Sofia RobirosaLeave a Comment

Forgiveness is not condoning, excusing, forgetting, pardoning or even reconciliation. Forgiveness is an intentional and voluntary process by which a victim/hurt person undergoes a change in feelings and attitude regarding an offense. So by this definition, it is all about changing the feeling and thoughts around the actions that hurt us.   We all have that one person (or more …