Real Relationship Advice by Dr. D Ivan Young At best, most relationships are complicated, and that’s putting it mildly. Too often, couples therapy is ineffective, anger management comes to little to late and cognitive behavioral therapy does little if any … Continued
Good relationships don’t just happen. They take work. Both parties must be committed to giving a substantial effort while being dedicated to willfully putting the concerns and well-being of the other party first. If your relationship isn’t headed down the aisle just yet, don’t panic. This simply may not be the time for such, and/or this person is merely in your life for a reason, a season or a lesson.