That sense of 'meh' you might be feeling throughout this pandemic has its own set of risks. I speak about what it means to be 'languishing' and how you can overcome it in a world full of uncertainty.
Even if you're not depressed, you may be "languishing"
The expectations and boundaries don't have to be different than if you lived in the same place.
HOW TO GIVE YOUR PARTNER SPACE IN AN LDR, ACCORDING TO EXPERTS
It will take time to overcome the trauma of the pandemic and its fallout, but there are healthy ways to mitigate painful symptoms.
WHY OUR MENTAL HEALTH WON'T JUST GO BACK TO NORMAL WHEN THE PANDEMIC IS OVER
Try a few and chances are you’ll learn something new about your partner — and grow your relationship in the process.
COUPLES THERAPY EXERCISES THAT SHOULD BE IN EVERY COUPLE’S REPERTOIRE
Languishing is apathy, a sense of restlessness or feeling unsettled or an overall lack of interest in life or the things that typically bring you joy
LANGUISHING IS THE MOOD OF 2021. HOW TO IDENTIFY IT AND HOW TO COPE
"Talking is easy. But communicating? That takes a little more effort."
8 COMMUNICATION EXERCISES THAT ALL COUPLES SHOULD DO ON A REGULAR BASIS
Remarriage after divorce can feel like a totally fresh start, but navigating a new marriage can also be somewhat tricky. Here's how to ensure a successful partnership.
HOW TO NAVIGATE REMARRIAGE AFTER DIVORCE
Well, are you ready? Experts share the best ways to tell if now's the time for you to enter a long-term relationship.
AM I READY FOR A RELATIONSHIP? 5 SIGNS IT'S THE RIGHT TIME
Whether it’s a family member, a co-worker, or a stranger, chances are that you’ve had someone say something hurtful to you. Here’s how to deal with it.
HOW TO RESPOND TO RUDE OR INAPPROPRIATE REMARKS
A survey found that 41 percent of therapists are feeling burned out.
YOUR THERAPIST IS TRYING TO COPE WITH THE PANDEMIC, TOO
A poll finds American adults are happy with their partnerships, perhaps because lockdown has pushed couples to grow.
MORE SEX. FEWER FIGHTS. HAS THE PANDEMIC ACTUALLY BEEN GOOD FOR RELATIONSHIPS?
Here’s how to make sure the words of support and encouragement you choose don’t have the opposite effect.
WHAT NOT TO SAY TO SOMEONE WHO HAS LONG-HAUL COVID