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How to Fit Romance Back into Your Scheduled Sex Life

It’s the natural course of things in any romantic relationship: as time passes, the “newness” and “butterflies” gives way to routine. You always know what to expect from your partner, and you’ve heard all their stories. While your love for your partner has grown and matured along with you and your relationship, it’s not uncommon for what was once a...[ read more ]

Why EMDR is a Helpful Treatment for Sexual Abuse Survivors

In the United States, one in three women and one in six men will experience some form of sexual abuse in their lifetime, according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). When sexual abuse happens, many people don’t know how to cope with the event or express their feelings in a healthy way. The result is a life of feeling fear...[ read more ]

Breaking the Ice: Tips on Making Female Friends at Work for Women

When we’re school aged, it’s easy to make friends. But as adults, women can sometimes feel on-guard around other women, especially in the workplace, and friendships can be harder to foster. Not only does this lack of friendship make going to work each day feel more challenging, but studies have found friendships, or a lack of friendships, has a big...[ read more ]

How to Identify Your Attachment Style Based On Your Childhood Wounds

Everyone has a certain type of attachment style. We learn it in childhood. The way that our parents treated us formed a particular style of relating. We carry that style into our adult relationships. Some people develop a healthy, secure attachment. However, most of us experienced some type of childhood wounding. Therefore, we have one of the three insecure styles...[ read more ]

Creating Sacred Figures: Relearning attachment

The way that we relate to others has to do with our attachment style. This is something that we learn from our first caregivers. If we are lucky then they do everything right and we develop secure attachment. However, in most cases, they are imperfect. Therefore, we develop insecure attachment. There are different types of insecure attachment. Whichever type we...[ read more ]

Journaling Using Sacred Figures

We learn attachment in our youngest years. It follows us through all of our relationships, often creating challenges. However, we can re-learn healthy attachment as adults. Once we do, we are able to move forward in our relationships. We can embrace safety and security. Journaling is one key tool that we can use in our reconnection journey. We can bring...[ read more ]

Filling Up Your Partner’s Love Tank

The key to a successful relationship is to stay connected. Many couples find themselves distracted by every day activities and major issues including infidelity, chronic illnesses, differences in parenting style, and communication and conflict resolution issues. This often causes couples to see their partner as the enemy and may lead to a breakdown in communication and intimacy. One way to...[ read more ]

Using Mindfulness

Life is full of so many things, including ups and downs, twists and turns. And that's something most of us know as fact, not just opinion. But today, I'd like to talk to you about being ok with the fact that sometimes life can be difficult. Difficulty, growth, struggle, and change are all a part of life, and it's ok....[ read more ]



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