Mental Health in Marriage

Expert Advice on Mental Health and Relationships

Most marriage counselors unanimously agree that mental health issues can cripple a couple’s relationship. The importance of mental well-being has often been an overlooked dynamic in marriages. Traditionally, people focus on marriage finances, infidelity, parenting issues and communication as the pivots that make or break a relationship.

If a couple or any of the partners in a marriage are grappling with mental health issues, they might find themselves ill-equipped to handle the relationship, leave alone, nurturing it. Couples find it challenging to balance a relationship together while combating mental health issues.

Help’s just around the corner!

We share expert advice, tips, and information to help people counter the effects of mental health issues on relationships while improving overall mental well being. These expert tips and pieces of best mental health advice, you and your spouse will be able to become a strong and stable couple, enjoying long-lasting marital happiness.

Psychiatrist vs Psychologist – Understanding the Difference

Psychiatrist vs Psychologist – The Difference

Most people aren’t certain of the difference between a psychiatrist vs psychologist, and who to approach in case of a …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

Is it possible to be addicted to love? Here’s what you need to know

Is It Possible to Be Addicted to Love? Here’s What You Need to Know

We can all agree on the fact that genuinely being in love is a special and positive experience. But, the …

By Marriage.com

3  min read

How to Stop Projecting and Build a Happy Marriage

How to Stop Projecting and Build a Happy Marriage

Projections can’t be avoided fully but with awareness, you’ll stop making projections a big deal and keep the conversation and …

By Maria Rivera Heath

Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT| 4  min read

Experiencing the 5 Stages of Grief When Diagnosed with a Terminal Illness

Experiencing the 5 Stages of Grief When Diagnosed with a Terminal Illness

Psychiatrist Elizabeth Kübler-Ross was the first person to define clearly the five stages of grief that you experience when you …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

How to Get Over a Breakup and Grow as a Person

How to Get Over a Breakup and Grow as a Person

Whenever you have to end a relationship, be it the shortest fling or a decades-long marriage, the main question that …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

Narcissist Family

Narcissist Family- A “Toxic” Attraction Destined for a Disaster!

It’s easy to label anyone as a “narcissist”, someone who spends a bit too much time obsessing over themselves or …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

Some women have a bad habit of living their lives in fear

Am I Emotionally Abusive? How to Tell

In a perfect world, all relationships would be loving, supportive and consistently life-enhancing.  But we do not live in a …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

Identifying the Characteristics of a Narcissist Partner

Identifying the Characteristics of a Narcissist Partner

Narcissism is a personality disorder that makes one assume himself more important than others. A narcissist happens to be a …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

Sociopath vs Psychopath Commonalities and Differences

Sociopath vs Psychopath Commonalities and Differences

A sociopath is actually a person with the antisocial personality disorder. This disorder is defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical …

By Marriage.com

3  min read

What You Need to Know If You’re Dating Someone Struggling with Depression

What You Need to Know If You’re Dating Someone Struggling with Depression

Around 450 million adults around the world suffer from a mental illness which is affecting their day-to-day life. Whether it’s …

By Marriage.com

4  min read

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