The Relationship Center Blog, written by relationship expert, Kim Olver, covers topics as it relates to relationships with the important people in your life and the most important one of all.. the one with yourself.

Are You a Pleasure Junky?

If you're a person who always seeks happiness in short-term, feel good ways, you might be a pleasure junky. They’re likely to choose junk food over good health, casual sex over a committed relationship, and impulse spending over long-term saving. Pleasure junkies want...

The Psychology of Weight Loss

There are all kinds of information available about weight loss. If people have access to this information, then why is losing weight so difficult? For those of us who have added some extra weight, the answer is relatively simple: we need to eat healthier and exercise...

Parenting: Succeed by Letting Go of Control

Parenting can often feel like you’re in a constant battle with your child. As humans, we are all born with five basic needs that we spend our lives trying to satisfy: survival, love & belonging, power, freedom, and fun. In the mostly unpredictable rollercoaster that...

When to Leave a Relationship

In my job, people have asked me when the right time is to leave a relationship. Of course, I never advise someone to stay in a relationship or leave it, but situations arise that may lead you to consider leaving and talking to a professional can help you reason it out...

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