Tips and resources for improving your relationships
Every relationship is different – each with its own unique challenges and rewards. To help you get the most out of yours, I share my most succcessful advice, resources, and “quick tips” for taking your relationship to the next level … gleaned from my decades of experience as a couples counselor in Cincinnati, OH.
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Flattening the curve. Social distancing. Self-quarantine. Dine-in options closed. Stores closing. Working from home. Travel plans canceled. These terms are in the news, in our ears, and in our lives for the foreseeable future. That means more time with our partners, minus distractions. No bars for happy hours. No concerts, ballgames, festivals. No dining out. […]
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Listen with your heart Always lead with empathy There are not that many things I say “always” or “never” about, but this is one: empathy is the magic pixie dust of relationships, the secret sauce, the foundation that makes everything else possible. By itself, it doesn’t fix every problem in a troubled relationship, but […]
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As a single relationship therapist in the dating world, I face unique challenges that “civilians” don’t. I also have a perspective on the whole process that’s different from that of my clients who are also single, since I come at it from both my personal and professional mindsets. I’d like to share with you seven […]
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What is Consensual Non-Monogamy? There’s a lot of talk in the relationship world lately about this idea of consensual or ethical non-monogamy. Consensual non-monogamy (CNM) describes a relationship in which all individuals within the relationship agree to not being monogamous, and all individuals involved in the relationship are aware that it is not a monogamous […]
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I was interviewed again (!) on Q102, this time about “How to Argue”…which I retitled “How to Disagree Without Being Disagreeable”. Amy and I talked about ways to have effective, kind, productive conversations about difficult topics, and how to avoid either attacking or becoming defensive. Give it a listen and let me know what you […]
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For the past several months, I’ve been emailing, Facebooking, and Instagramming relationship tips every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning. (You can sign up for them below, or find me on FB and Insta.) They’re just a few sentences each, and they hit on topics like sex, how to argue effectively, making time for each other, […]
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Hands down, my biggest frustration as a relationship therapist is that SO many of clients come to me y-e-a-r-s too late! People often seek therapy when things are so bad they can’t stand it, and it makes my job so much harder and their chances of success so much lower. Many couples come in once […]
The poet Maya Angelou is known for so many beautifully worded ideas … after all, she’s a poet! One of my favorites of hers is, “When people show you who they are, believe them.” Note, she didn’t write, “When people tell you who they are …” she deliberately used the word “show.” This is her […]
We’ve all heard that phrase, often applied to working out or dieting. When it comes to emotions or relationships, though, we often do everything we can to avoid any pain at all, and sometimes, pain can be good. First, let’s define pain. When it comes to us humans in relationships, I’m going to define pain […]
In close relationships, impact is important. In fact, the closer we are to someone, the more impact we have on each other. Let’s look at some of the ways this plays out, in both positive and negative scenarios. Let’s say you left for work in a hurry, and the kitchen was a mess. As you […]
“I’ve Got This”. The sexiest words a man can say. Or are they? It’s hard to be a man dating or in a relationship with a woman these days. I know, I know, “poor them”, right? But, hear me out. Women reading this, give my ideas a chance. Men, see if any of this resonates […]
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About Julie Lingler, LISW-S
I offer counseling services to individuals and couples in Cincinnat, OH.
My goal is to help my clients live a happier, healthier, more balanced life, with relationships that fulfill them and bring meaning to their lives.
I take every possible step to makes people see the positive even in the worst phase of their lives. I’ve devoted my entire professional career to helping people just like you.
If you’re in the Cincinnati area, let’s chat about how I can help. You can also sign up for my newsetter and get a steady stream of Quick Tips for improving your relationship.