How to Love a Narcissistic Sociopath
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How to Love a Narcissistic Sociopath

Is your partner charming, deceptive, manipulative and possibly dangerous? You may have fallen into the trap of a narcissistic sociopath. Many women would run, but you don’t want to. Is there a way to make it work? Have you fallen in love with a charming person who you have caught cheating on you multiple times with…

How to Improve Your Relationship with an Anxious or Depressed Spouse
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How to Improve Your Relationship with an Anxious or Depressed Spouse

Stop waiting for your anxious or depressed spouse to recover before working on your relationship. Make the best of what you have now. Loving your husband or wife means more than just committing to live in the same house and help with the chores.  It means being a good partner and doing what you can…

How to Improve a Relationship with a Husband who has Psychological Problems
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How to Improve a Relationship with a Husband who has Psychological Problems

Are you trying so hard to help your spouse with his psychological disorder that you have stopped being a partner and are more like a mother? Good intentions don’t always make a good relationship.  When help becomes excessive, partnership becomes parenting.  When that happens, his sexual interest falls, he will go to you for help…

How to Love a Spouse with Psychological Problems
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How to Love a Spouse with Psychological Problems

If your spouse has psychological problems, you have to have a balance between taking care of your spouse and taking care of yourself If your spouse has an ongoing psychological problem, such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, or OCD, it’s easy to change from being a partner to being a martyr.   You know if you are…

How to Make the Best of Living with a Mentally Ill Spouse
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How to Make the Best of Living with a Mentally Ill Spouse

If you are living with a mentally ill spouse, you will need to be able to accept the aspects of their diagnosis that can’t change, and do something about the relational factors that can change. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, each year about one fourth of US adults suffer from a diagnosable…