Learning to Let Go in Couples Counseling.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2009
When Sig Yanosway started "The Marriage Counseling Blog" in May, 2008, he had no idea it would take off to become such a popular place for people to turn when trying to learn more about counseling for their relationships. Sig started his blog because he enjoyed writing about one of his favorite topics - mental health counseling. Then in June of 2008, he was approached by Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge about featuring the blog on Wellsphere.com's new health community.
Wellsphere is a fast-growing community of people who care about health related topics, and their mission is to help millions of people live healthier, happier lives by connecting them with the knowledge, people and tools they need to manage and improve their health. Being a part of the Wellsphere.com community fit right into Sig's personality, since health is something he cares deeply about.
Sig's writing is inspired and thought provoking, like in his recent post, "Learning to Let Go in Couples Counseling." Here Sig uses a fictitious case of how someone's childhood remembrance of their father while growing up can influence the feelings they have about their current partner. A benefit of counseling, as Sig suggests in the title of the post, is learning to let go of the past and to start experiencing life in a new way.
Now that Sig's blog is published on Wellsphere, he gets a lot more readers, comments, and questions about marriage counseling. "The response has been amazing. I never would have thought that so many people out there were thinking about going to counseling in order to save their relationships, and who would have thought my blog would be the place they would turn to? The popularity it has created is much more than I expected," said Sig.
For readers interested in more information on "The Marriage Counseling Blog," or Sig Yanosway, visit http://marriagecounselingblog.com, or go to Wellsphere.com and click on the "Communities" link at the top, then "Relationships & Sex."