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50 Shades of Love

Creating Intimacy

This blog post was written by RHN’s Jesse Hugh Hauck, MA, LMFT If Anastasia and Christian can find it, why can’t you? I will leave defining “it” to your own imagination. For the purpose of this work of literature, the “it” I’m referring to is love. How do you begin to find something you can’t […]

The Price Is Right

Find Out What Your Partner Really Wants In Bed

This blog post was written by RHN’s Jesse Hugh Hauck, MA, LMFT I look into the eyes of my partner, and I see something incredible. I see my past, present, and future colliding. I see a living history of my emotional development. It gives me comfort. In that moment of realization, I can see every […]

Loving Yourself

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This blog post was written by RHN’s Leslie Kolb MSW, ASW So often you hear that it’s important to love yourself before you are fully able to love someone else, but what does it mean to love yourself? And if you struggle with being self-critical, putting everyone else first, or holding yourself to impossible standards, […]

Trusting Your Gut

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This blog was written by Recovery Help Now’s Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW They say that hindsight is 20/20, but have you ever looked back at a failed relationship and wondered how you didn’t see the warning signs? Maybe you’ve wondered why you missed all the red flags about that person that should have been one […]

Asking for What You Want

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This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW. Do you ever find yourself wondering why you’ve been able to find success in each area of your life except romantic relationships? You might be struggling to understand why you find yourself in relationships that feel frustrating or unsatisfying. A big part […]

Taking Time to Reflect and Trust Your Instincts

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This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW. When you’re faced with a dilemma or a decision to make, how often do you hear the phrase, “What does your gut say?” or “What’s your first instinct?” Often this is the advice you’re given to help you make decisions—trust your instincts, […]

The Limitations of Perfectionism

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This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW. Have you ever felt held back by the notion of perfection? Do you hold yourself to impossible standards and then find yourself avoiding certain tasks or activities because you will not settle for anything less than perfect? Do you feel discouraged if you […]

Managing Your Expectation of Perfection

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This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW. Have you ever set a goal for yourself, but the second you strayed from the path leading toward that goal, you find yourself giving up entirely? Or have you ever felt disappointed in yourself because even though you thought you could perform […]

Positive Reflection

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This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW. What do you see when you look at yourself, both externally when you glance in a mirror and internally? Do you focus on your positive qualities, or do you find yourself honing in on qualities you want to alter? Does it feel […]

Reflecting and Resolving to Change

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This blog post was written by Recovery Help Now’s, Leslie Kolb, MSW, ASW. As we find ourselves heading into a brand new year, many of us will resolve to change our behaviors or habits with the intention of being healthier, more balanced, or happier. Sometimes it’s clear which behaviors we want or need to change—perhaps […]

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