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Recommended Resources

Read the article:

"Curiosity is Key During Moments of Conflict"

*If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. You can also dial 988 from any phone in the US to get connected to local mental health services.

Books, Websites, Podcasts, and General Helpful Information

I value the insight and knowledge that comes from reading and other avenues of education and believe that your therapeutic work is greatly supported by knowledge and wisdom of yourself and the world around you.



I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary

Relationships - Michael Sorensen

7 Principles to Making Marriage Work - John/Julie Gottman

Bring Yourself To Love - Mona Barbera

Eight Dates- John/Julie Gottman

The New Rules for Marriage - Terry Real 

Fierce Intimacy - Terry Real **Audible book

More Than Words - John Howard

Hold Me Tight - Sue Johnson

Mindful Relationship Habits - S.J.Scott/Davenport

Compassion For Couples - Michelle Becker 

Wired For Love - Stan Tatkin

Getting the Love You Want - Harville Hendrix

Love Worth Making - Stephen Snyder

Questions For Couples - Marcus Kusi

Polysecure - Jessica Fern

More Than Two:A Practical Guide Polyamory - Franklin Veaux

How Can I Forgive You? - Janis A. Spring

After the Affair - Janis A. Spring

Mating in Captivity- Esther Perel

Attachment Theory Workbook for Couples - Elizabeth Gillette

The 5 Love Languages - Gary Chapman


Light on the Other Side of Divorce - Elizabeth Cohen

Conscious Uncoupling - Katherine Thomas

The Co-Parenting Handbook - Karen Bonnell


Self-Compassion For Parents - Susan Pollak

Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting- Noel Janis-Norton

Motherwhelmed - Beth Berry

And Baby Makes Three - John Gottman 

No Drama Discipline - Daniel Siegel

Parenting From the Inside - Daniel Siegel

8 Steps To Grow a Family That Thrives - Elly Taylor

Hunt, Gather, Parent - Michaeleen Doucleff 



Gifts From a Challenging Childhood - Jan Bergstrom

The Body Keeps the Score- Bessel Van Der Kolk

Becoming Safely Embodied - Deirdre Fay

The Embodied Healing Workbook- Catherine Cook-Cottone

The Transformation - James Gordon

Recovering From Emotionally Immature Parents - Lindsay Gibson



Come As You Are- Emily Nagoski

Inner Harmony - Beth Rogerson

Self-Compassion Day by Day - Karen Locke

The Art of Holding Space - Heather Plett

The Highly Sensitive Person - Elaine Aron

Disentangle - Nancy Johnston

Co-Dependent No More - Melody Beattie

Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle - Emily Nagoski

The Dance of Anger - Harriet Lerner 

The Mother-Daughter Puzzle - Rosjke Hasseldine 


The Wild Edge of Sorrow- Francis Weller

Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief - David Kessler

It's OK That You're Not OK - Megan Devine

The Soul In Grief - Robert Romanyshyn


Read the mindfulness article:

"Brain Health for Beginners"


"The 36 Questions that Lead

to Deeper Sexual Intimacy"

Free Attachment Style Test 

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134 ideas to add to your self-care plan. 


Discover which of the 9 personality types you are by taking the Enneagram test. Click to learn more. 


The Gottman Relationship Blog publishes compelling and relevant science-based articles and personal stories about contemporary relationships, marriage, dating, parenting, and mental health.

"Empathy and sympathy are often grouped together, but they are very different, as Brené Brown outlines in this video. Empathy is an skill that can bring people together and make people feel included, while sympathy creates an uneven power dynamic and can lead to more isolation and disconnection. It’s an unfortunate outcome given that sympathy is usually coming from a good place."

Here’s A Journal Prompt For Every Emotion You Might Be Feeling Right Now



15 min video on attachment styles and why they matter 


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