Therapist Charisse Cooke says mornings are the perfect time for sex. “The feel-good hormones that flood our system are healthier than caffeine and also longer lasting.”
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Here is what Charisse had to say, "It was a comforting and important lesson in relationships and its popularity is in part down to the kindness and forgiveness the characters displayed – something that isn’t necessarily a given in many people’s friendship groups or families in real life."
Therapist Charisse Cooke says mornings are the perfect time for sex. “The feel-good hormones that flood our system are healthier than caffeine and also longer lasting,” she says.
“I love gardening and flower analogies when it comes to relationships,” says Charisse Cooke, an online relationship therapist. “They are brilliant at showing us the care that is required, but this concept of being the gardener or the bonsai is a good one.”
Why do we want to be with someone we know we’re not compatible with, or keep things going even if there’s no spark? According to Charisse Cooke, Online Relationship Expert: "It’s called anxious attachment".
“As humans we are naturally competitive,” Charisse told WIRED. “In a situation where couples are either competing against each other, or joining as a team against others, this can be a bonding experience."
“I suggest my clients start off slow, going for a drink or coffee date that lasts no longer than an hour or two. If weather permits, a picnic or bike ride could be a great way to get the chemistry going,” says Charisse Cooke, relationship therapist.
If we decide to hurt another individual, this is likely to mess with our moral compass further down the line. Online relationship therapist Charisse Cooke says: "The human in us will struggle with feelings of guilt, regret or bitterness as a result."
“Our lives today have very few boundaries. There is no demarcation between work time and personal time, business and play,” explains Charisse Cooke, a relationship therapist.
Psychotherapist Charisse Cooke says to trust anxiety before big moments in your life. "Anxiety isn’t always negative. In fact, we experience anxiety and excitement in exactly the same ways," she explains.