I write regularly for “Wasatch Woman Magazine” on emotional health and relationships. Here’s yesterdays issue which includes my advice on readers questions.
Q: My husband and I spend most weekend evenings attending our children’s sporting events and never go out on dates. He says it’s because he wants to make sure we’re there to support our kids during this short time window of time before they grow up, but I’m feeling increasingly resentful, hurt, and neglected by him. What should I do?
Can you relate? Do you and your spouse have a regular date night?
Julie Hanks, LCSW, owner & clinical director of Wasatch Family Therapy, LLC, specializes in women’s emotional and mental health, couples counseling, and family therapy, and has been in the mental health field for 20 years. A popular media contributor, watch Julie on KSL TV’s Studio 5, read her advice in the national media on E! Online, AOL Health, MSN.com, subscribe to her weekly podcast the You and Yours show on The Women’s Information Network.
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