Category Archives: working with couples

Ryan Woodward – Thought of you

Gorgeous, deep, resonant short animation on longing, love and relationship. With thanks to Ryan Woodward, Missao Canada and Felipe Franca, and to Jürgen Teutsch and Lived Experience: the Reference of Life on Facebook for introducing us to Ryan. Jürgen had posted … Continue reading

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The 9 Most Overlooked Threats to a Marriage – Kelly Flanagan

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kelly-m-flanagan/the-9-most-overlooked-thr_b_5972534.html Click on the link for this helpful slant on what works in primary relationship – and what can get in the way. We’ve seen this pop up in a few places on Facebook and elsewhere in the past week … Continue reading

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