Question: I'm trying to better understand my partner's behavior. I feel that he is immature, has watched The Hangover too many times, doesn't always act his age and needs to grow up. It's not all the time but often enough that I am concerned. I know we are different and that men and women think and act differently but sometimes I am beside myself and past being annoyed.
Question: Now that it's summertime, it's naturally a time to wear cooler, comfortable and frankly lighter and smaller clothing. I don't think I've pushed the envelope too far with my summer wardrobe but my partner has recently began to take exception with some of my wardrobe choices. What has changed?
What’s urban – I think it’s a state of mind or a manner of thinking. It might describe where you come from but it is in no way a bad thing. Why therapy? It’s a dirty word to a lot of people. With a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, I believe it’s anything that can help you solve a problem, gain perspective or elevate your thinking. If you’re curious, check back often, you might find the answers to some of the questions you have yet to ask. Welcome.
Question: For the first time in my adult life I am not in a relationship and I don’t feel comfortable doing things alone. I usually focus on my relationship, or supporting my partner’s goals. How can I begin to create a new life with me as a focus?
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Q: My boyfriend just broke up with me. He told me that he’ll always love me, but he just wants to be “friends with benefits,” right now. I’m not sure what that means, but I know I love and miss him, already. So, I’m willing to do whatever to get back together with him. Do you think I should take him up on his offer?