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Counseling On Demand

Jun 6, 2018

Inattentional blindness may show up in an argument.  "You NEVER say you're sorry".  That may be the experience you believe you have, but there are moments of apology, you're just not seeing.

Look up the show Brain Games.  They did a segment with Jabberwockys on inattentional blindness.  They show you pretty clearly how you can miss things even when you think you can paying attention.

Do you want affection but are only looking for the ways you're not shown affection?

Try to broaden your focus.  Instead of saying "my partner doesn't care", say "it feels or looks like my partner doesn't care"  Then look for exceptions.

Before you accuse someone of not caring, do a better job of looking for it.

Counseling on Demand offers expert level family and marriage counseling.  We all know that raising children and maintaining relationships can be tough.  Whether you're dealing with divorce, separation, abuse, or are just trying to get your family running at top speed, these episodes are invaluable. 

Counseling on Demand is helpful for keeping your mental health strong.  There is also great information for dealing with depression.  You can find Fred Riley him at Riley Individual, Family, and Marriage Counseling