As your family grows and life progresses, it gets harder to find ways to connect and spend time together. Even recently married couples can find it challenging to carve out space in their schedules for togetherness. But, as is the case with most things in life, if it’s important, you will find a way to
Dr. Sara Rosenquist is a Board Certified Clinical Health Psychologist. She is the author of "After the Stork: The Couple's Guide to Preventing and Overcoming Postpartum Depression", enjoys working with clients from her office in Cary, NC. On the show, Dr. Sara Rosenquist will touch on the topic of Infertility and Intimacy in relationships and
By: Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. With daily lives upended due to the pandemic, it’s understandable if your relationship receded into the background or feels fractured lately. After all, when stress strikes, romantic relationships are usually the first to suffer. Partners become last on the list as you give the bulk of your time, energy,
Tammi Pickle was literally born to be a matchmaker! She is the Vice President and partner of Elite Connections International, which is a family-owned business for more than 26 years. Tammi has been featured in countless magazines, TV, Radio, and news publications as a matchmaker and coach in dating. During this time of COVID
Creative intimacy is a relaxing, passive way to bring couples together. Sharing activities that bring us joy, stimulate the mind and spirit and help keep stress under control have immeasurable benefits for couples. Some immediate health benefits of being creative are: Boosts mood Boosts brain function Increases immune health and defense Creative
Supermoms Don't Wear Capes! How much stress can a Supermom handle? We've seen them everywhere. The grocery store, soccer game, ballet recitals, birthday parties and just about everywhere. They are known as Supermoms! They are the epitome of selflessness and sacrifice. Willing to put the needs of others before themselves day in and day out.