Person I Love Is Emotionally Ill

By Dr. Jordan / April 24, 2014 /

  If you love someone who is emotionally ill, there are a few things you’ll need to get straight in your mind if you want your relationship to be healthy and have a chance to grow. First off, by emotional illness I mean for example: depressed, anxious, obsessive, chronically angry, chronically stressed-out, drug or alcohol…

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Take Care Of You, Take Care Of Relationship

By Dr. Jordan / April 2, 2013 /

By Susan Greene MA, MFTI Guest writer for the Love-Life Learning Center When it comes to the quality of relationships you have with someone you are in love with, the quality of the relationship you have with yourself cannot be ignored. Betrayals Addictions Emotional, Verbal, Physical, or Financial Abuse These issues are common to couples…

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Painkillers & Your Love-Life

By Dr. Jordan / October 19, 2012 /

Let me be clear from the beginning, if you are abusing substances you are hurting yourself and your love-life. Now that I got that public health announcement out of the way, let’s talk about how an addiction to painkillers can mess up your love-life. Let’s start with the basic observation that painkillers reduce pain (when…

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Loving An Alcoholic

By Dr. Jordan / April 17, 2012 /

It’s difficult to love an active alcoholic without becoming a part of his or her illness. The only hope you have for a better relationship at some point in the future is to become aware of the problem and work your way out of the limited relationship you currently have. This will inevitably simplify the…

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