The Most Important Skill for Being a Good Lover


The Most Important Skill for Being a Good Lover

Ahh, sex. It is the backbone of our society. Practically everyone is doing it behind our back and odds are, so are you. Sex has got to be the only "secret" that is constantly in our face. Thinking about how encompassing, important, painful, fun, confusing, etc., it can be, it's no surprise there exist hundreds of articles with basically this...[ read more ]

“I don’t know if I can ever trust them.” Finding a way back after a breach of trust.

When I graduated high school I was so excited to move into an apartment with some friends. The idea of moving out of my parents house for the first time was so exciting! Before school had ended everything was in order. The lease was signed, I had a job, the rent was cheap, and my responsibilities were at an all...[ read more ]

Healthy Breakups are Possible

By Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick, PhD, LPC “Evaluating the benefits and drawbacks of any relationship is your responsibility. You do not have to passively accept what is brought to you. You can choose.” ― Deborah Day “But, you guys don’t even fight!” … These words being the most common response my ex and I received when we started sharing with others...[ read more ]

How to Create Meaningful Relationships

Porter Macey Ph.D., LMFT. Clinic Director June 2, 2020 When I think of the relationship I have been a part of I feel very lucky. I remember my dad helping me drive my first remote control car as a seven year old. I remember my first pair of skis and my mom teaching me how to ski on the tiny...[ read more ]