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June 4, 2024

Is Defensiveness Hurting Your Relationship?

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach, CLC, MNLP READING TIME: 3 MINUTES Defensiveness is a common challenge in relationships, which acts as a barrier to open communication and genuine connection. It arises from a place of self-protection, but it can lead to misunderstandings, resentment, and a breakdown in intimacy. And, if I may be so *lovingly* […]

April 30, 2024

How Attachment Styles Shift in Different Relationships

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach CLC, MNLP READING TIME: 3 MINUTES In the intricate dance of human connections, our attachment styles play a significant role. These styles, rooted in our early experiences with caregivers, influence how we relate and connect to others emotionally and behaviorally. What often goes unnoticed is how these attachment styles can […]

April 16, 2024

Rebuilding Trust After Infidelity: Navigating the Path to Healing and Renewed Connection

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach CLC, MNLP READING TIME: 5 MINUTES Infidelity is a profound breach of trust that can shatter the foundation of even the strongest relationships. The aftermath of betrayal is often characterized by a whirlwind of emotions, including pain, anger, and disillusionment. However, amidst the wreckage, there exists a glimmer of hope: […]

April 2, 2024

How to Have a Better Relationship

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach CLC, MNLP READING TIME: 4 MINUTES The older I get (and the more I work with couples) the more I realize the importance of playfulness, pleasure, and presence in our relationships. Life can be really dang hard sometimes, it can be wildly stressful, and in the thick of adulting we […]

January 9, 2024

No Such Thing as Normal

By Kyle Turner, LGPC READING TIME: 4 minutes Alright folks, we need to have a talk. Originally, I was all set to hit you with an article about why New Year’s resolutions never seem to pan out, but something else has been sitting with me lately that I’d like to get off my chest. And, […]

October 4, 2023

Attachment Trauma & Fear of Emotional Intimacy

By Brittany Moffitt, LICSW You know that feeling, don’t you? The one that’s perfectly summed up in an N’SYNC lyric: “It’s tearin’ up my heart when I’m with you, but when we are apart, I feel it too. And no matter what I do, I feel the pain, with or without you”. It’s a feeling […]

September 5, 2023

5 Things Therapy Cannot Do for You

By Erin Newton, LCPC, PMH-C Hello everyone and Happy *almost* Fall! The practice has been really hoppin’ this summer, and that includes our referrals and requests for services! With four months left in the year we have already surpassed our number of calls from last year. We are honored and humbled to be this trusted […]

August 22, 2023

Feeling Like Roommates?

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach Yep, the roommate phase in relationships. I see it all the time in my work. Whether the couple is newly into their marriage or have spent decades together – it seems to be a normal part of partnership. But, just because something is typical, doesn’t mean that we should accept […]

June 13, 2023

The Art of Repair: How to Close the Conflict Loop and Start a New, Positive Cycle

One of the most common statements I hear in my consultations with couples is that “We’re stuck in a vicious cycle.” It’s an exhausting, frustrating, and defeating spot to be in for many reasons, but honestly what may be the hardest part is that couples feel like they have all the awareness for what’s happening, yet nothing is changing. Here is what Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach with Wellness & Co., recommends.

May 2, 2023

Date Night In For Parents: When Babysitters Just Aren’t An Option

By Rebecca Horch, BACYC, CPC Remember the days when we’d get paid a couple of dollars an hour to babysit the neighbor’s kids? I was 12 when I started babysitting, and was getting paid in change and snacks I’d take from the cupboard after the kids fell asleep. These days, local babysitters have higher standards […]