Sherry Gaba: Love Smacked! Love Addiction and Codependency

Sherry Gaba is a licensed Psychotherapist and Certified Recovery and Transformation Coach who’s helped hundreds, if not thousands, of people, cope with lifelong addictions, including those addicted to alcohol, drugs, shopping, gambling, eating, sex, love, co-dependency, as well as those struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, single parenting, and divorce. Sherry Gaba has helped thousands of

Tammi Pickle: I’m Looking for Love? How successful are relationships made by matchmakers?

Tammi Pickle Is VP/Partner of Elite Connections International. This family-owned matchmaking agency has been in business for the last 26 years. They have 25 national and international offices. Tammi has been a matchmaker for the last 20 years. Tammi has been featured in countless magazines, TV, radio, and news publications as an expert matchmaker, coach,

How to Reconnect with Your Partner

  By: Heidi Byers Have you ever wondered why it seems easier to spend forever with someone at the beginning but after a few years forever seems like…well…forever? While we want to be an old happy couple in the future sometimes that can seem unrealistic or dang near impossible. We grow and change as individuals

How to Use Love Languages in Your Relationship

  By: Heidi Byers The Golden Rule, “do unto others as you would have others do unto you” has a lot more to do with just treating others nicely or karma. Having this principle instilled in us from an early age, we develop an understanding of how we want to be loved. Dr. Gary Chapman,

Elizabeth Martin: Addiction and Intimacy: The “other” lover

On our most previous episode of the Bringing Intimacy Back show, we had special guest Elizabeth Martin. Elizabeth is a Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern and Addictions Counselor.  Ms. Elizabeth Martin is also the owner of Advanced Counseling of Fort Myers, LLC. Elizabeth has four years of experience working at an inpatient psychiatric hospital.

Love and Sex

Sexual connection is a vital aspect of most romantic relationships, but it’s not always as central as people may think. Partners have sex for self-interested reasons—it feels good and can boost self-esteem; and for relationship-focused reasons—it enhances closeness and pleases someone they love. Over the long term, most couples will face sexual challenges, as bodies

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