Tag Archive: couples

Your Relationship and Social Media

Contributed by Eva Fleming If your partner’s activity on social media is causing you an internal disturbance, agitation, insomnia, fear, anxiety, fights between the both of you, rejection or hopelessness, find a way to… Continue reading

Crossing the Finish Line

Contributed by Omaira Gonzalez My husband and I joined a 5K walk/run. We were pretty excited that we were going to do this together and also that it was for a good cause. However,… Continue reading

Husbands, learn to say “Yes Honey” and renew the romance in your relationship

Contributed by Alicia La Hoz, PsyD One of the recurring complaints that I hear from men about their wives is that they nag them to the point where they feel like they’re one… Continue reading

The War on Poverty

Contributed by Alicia E. La Hoz, Psy.D. When I grow up, I will meet a girl I want, get married and have three children.”  Our four-year old child has a clear picture of… Continue reading

Change Your Old Script for a New One

Contributed by Dr. Alicia La Hoz Listen carefully to yourself and you will recognize a familiar script that seems to automatically roll off your tongue. Your spouse and children easily recognize this script.… Continue reading

Why You Should Not Teach Your Kids to Be Thankful

Contributed by Dr. Alicia La Hoz, PsyD   Criticism, being judgmental and fault finding are all too often what prevails in the snippets of communication that occurs in many homes. Parents are often… Continue reading

Deal With It: Money

Contributed by Eva Fleming   Can you remember the moment when you realized that you and your spouse had different financial spending habits? My husband and I were cruising along in financial bliss… Continue reading

The silent treatment

Contributed by Dr. Alicia La Hoz, Family Bridges’ Program Director You are upset and bothered. You decide that it’s better to simply ignore your partner and hope he/she gets the point. The silence… Continue reading