Date: January 26, 2018

Author: Brian

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Sex Matters in Marriage, by Brian Blem

How many times a week should a married couple have sex? I would say that 1-3 times a week is a healthy and realistic figure. Having said this, it really is up to the couple to decide what works for them. The problem arises when one partner’s libido is significantly different to the other’s (five times versus once, or three times versus never). Which other aspects are important in a marriage…

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Date: April 8, 2013

Author: Brian

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Are You Being Your Authentic Self?

Where are you at in your life? Have you worked through your childhood & adult stuff and thought about how you’ve been wounded, hurt, let down and disappointed in your life? When you understand your past and come to terms with your life experiences to date, you’re able to find healing, restoration and hope. When you don’t or can’t deal with your stuff alone, it can swamp you and history can just keep repeating…

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Date: April 2, 2013

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Marriage Problems?

Marriage can be hard and feel like an uphill struggle a lot of the time. Amid our busy lives, it’s important to work at our marriages, putting in whatever limited time you have to build trust, love and intimacy. A daily dialogue is a communication tool that helps couples to express themselves without fear of recrimination, insult or offense. By telling your partner about something that’s bothering you and through…

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Date: March 7, 2013

Author: Brian

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Troubled Relationships?

Relationships can be tough going but when you get it right they can be inspiring, energising, fun and fulfilling. They can also help you heal old wounds, resolve conflict, build trust and accept who you are and where you’re at in your life. Counselling can benefit all relationships – good and bad! Share…..