Is your spouse’s behavior a sign of their sex addiction? The suspicion may have been mounting for some time now. You now find yourself questing their comments, their late nights at the office or business trips, or perhaps, even the long hours they spend in front of a computer. Infidelity, or the suspicion of it, can break a marriage. Physically or online, infidelity could be a symptom of an even larger issue, sex addiction.

Dr. Michael Howard, founding Director of Healing Solutions Counseling Center in Charlotte, NC. Michael is a licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Addictions Specialist. Among his long list of qualifications Michael is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist & Supervisor with the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction. Michael has published two books: Pathways to Intimacy: Oneversations for Closeness- Creating a Marriage You Have Always Dreamed Of and Intimate Betrayal: Hope & Healing for Couples Recovering From Infidelity and Sexual Addition. To find out more about Dr. Michael Howard and Healing Solutions Counseling Center you can visit their website or call (704) 733-9700 for an appointment.

Is your constant bickering ruining your relationship? We’ve all been in a relationship where the fights just never seem to end. We bicker about the little things, the big things, and the things that would matter to no one but us. What does all of this constant fighting do to our relationships? Acclaimed author Laurie Puhn joins us to discuss how fighting affects your relationship, as well as how to overcome the endless fighting cycle.

Laurie has a Bachelor’s and law degree from Harvard University. Formerly a corporate attorney, she is now a recognized expert in the field of couples mediation and conflict resolution. Laurie has a private practice in couples mediation in Manhattan. Her empowering, fast and simple mediation approach for keeping relationships strong and healthy is what sets her apart from other relationship experts https://..-propecia-en-ligne/. She is the author of the national bestseller “Fight Less, Love More: 5-Minute Conversations to Change Your Relationship without Blowing Up or Giving In”. When Laurie isn’t busy writing books she is often featured as an expert guest on shows such as Good Morning America, The Early Show, Fox News Channel, Weekend Today, 20/20, and CNN. Her relationship communication advice has been featured in Good Housekeeping, Real Simple, Redbook, Newsday, and The New York Times. Lastly, Laurie is also a syndicated columnist and Huffington Post blogger.

To find out more about Laurie or her book you can visit Laurie’s book is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble for purchase.


Lately, Facebook has been all over the news and on many people’s minds. But does it feel like this tool for social connection is actually driving you and your partner apart, or are you worried about its potential to do so? K. Jason and Kelli Krafsky join the show to discuss how Facebook and other social networking sites can affect your marriage, and how you can use it as a positive tool for communication.

Jason has been writing on marriage and leading training programs in marriage issues for over a decade. He and Kelli have been married for over fifteen years, and together, they’ve been writing articles on marriage since early 2009. Having faced many of the questions about Facebook and marriage firsthand, they’ve been featured on various shows and publications as  “The Social Media Couple,” and have published a book together on the subject called Facebook and Your Marriage.

You can find them online at, and their book is available on their website or through Amazon and other booksellers.