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Vulnerabilities for infidelity can be linked to relationship problems such as conflict avoidance, fear of intimacy, or life cycle changes like the transition to parenthood, and empty nesting. Some dissatisfied partners begin an external relationship as a way of exiting an unhappy relationship. And frequently the involved partner will re-write the relational history in order to justify an ongoing affair. It is unreasonable to compare a forbidden love affair that is maintained by romantic idealization with the routine familiarity of marriage and long-term coupling. Glass, S. (1998, August). Shattered vows. Psychology Today, pp. 34ff.


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This life has only this body to live. Remember to kiss those you love. Enjoy the outdoors, breathe the fresh air, walk in nature, go on vacation, and live the life you deserve. You only have this Life, enjoy it and don’t waste any time living it fully. Art Reflections by Madeleine P. Maya


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Vulnerability is courageous! Art Reflection by Madeleine P. Maya


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“Vulnerability is not winning, not losing. Vulnerability is showing up and being seen when we have no control over the outcome. ” Brene Brown Art by Madeleine P. Maya


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