I’ve seen thousands of couples in my office over the course of my career. Rich couples, poor couples. LDS couples, Jewish couples. Couples with lots of kids, couples without kids, and everything in between. Couples whose ancestors were with Brigham Young and the pioneers when they came through Emigration Canyon, and couples that are fresh… Read more »
It doesn’t matter whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Muslim New Year , or even a festival of your own making. You can be LDS, Catholic, Episcopilian, Jewish, Muslim, or Wiccan. You can’t escape it. Call it Christmas stress, call it holiday stress, call it Hanukah stress, call it whatever you want. This period between just-before-Thanksgiving… Read more »
There are two things that all of us respond to, almost by instinct. The first is our name. That’s why the best salespeople seem to have a miraculous ability to learn your name within the first fifteen seconds of an encounter, and file it away for future reference. Whether you hate Bill Clinton or love… Read more »
I get asked a lot, “Kimile, what’s the first question you ask a couple that comes to you because there’s a problem in the relationship?” My answer almost always surprises my questioner. I say, “I don’t ask this all the time, because every couple is different. But more often than not, I’ll ask, ‘How’s your… Read more »
There are seven billion people on the planet, which means three and a half billion potential couples. I can tell you after many years in practice that there are nearly 3.5 billion reasons for couples not to come to counseling, and five main reasons that they do and should. Whew. You should feel a lot… Read more »
Whether they’re in Salt Lake City, Sandy, Bountiful, Los Angeles, or Timbuktu, men are different from women. They’re built differently, they think and act differently, and they have different needs. Thank God! We need to give our men a lot of credit. The last fifty years have changed them. Sure, there’s still a ways to… Read more »
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