Co-dependent people form and maintain relationships that are one-sided and emotionally destructive to both people involved. We’ve pulled together some common warning signs for you to consider when trying to determine whether a relationship is co-dependent.
We want our relationships to thrive, especially when life is busy and challenging, so we’ve rounded up 4 no-nonsense strategies for connecting with your spouse or partner when life gets super busy.
The longer a partner was in your life, the longer it will take to move forward after a break-up. Be patient with yourself and check out these do’s and don’ts for moving forward.
by Nina Westbrook We’ve all been there. A boundary has been crossed, it’s seriously bugging…
Whether you name it a resolution, an intention, or a goal, the beginning of a new year often inspires change. As the year goes on, though, it’s natural for motivation to wane. So, what’s the best way to hold a spouse or a partner accountable as they set new goals?
They say when you know better, you do better. I was in a toxic relationship; all the red flags and warning signs were there, yet I ignored them all.
Nina jumped on Sugaberry to share how you can honestly assess whether that power couple feeling is the real deal that can grow from partner status into the heavyweight ranks of parenthood.