I’m very excited to share my first guest post for the Love and Life Toolbox, which is owned by well-known U.S. marriage and family therapist Lisa Kift.
I’ve always been impressed by Lisa’s passion for sharing information to help people build better relationships and improve their emotional health.
Lisa’s site is an impressive collection of valuable articles on relationships and emotional health, as well as The Toolbox Store– an extensive store of products- which now includes my Amazon ebook 31 Days to Build a Better Relationship.
In my guest post for Love and Life Toolbox, I cover the warning signs to watch for in your relationship that might indicate you need a break from your digital devices.
I first wrote about this issue in this post and have since seen this is a problematic area that I’m seeing in the couples I work with again and again.
The immersion and integration of our lives with digital devices and 24/7 access to the internet is raising new relationship problems that haven’t existed before.
Click the link below to read about the 5 signs and see if your relationship needs a digital cleanse.
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Since 2003, Clinton Power has helped thousands of couples and individuals as a counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice in Sydney and online in Australia. Clinton regularly comments in the media on issues of relationships and has appeared on Channel 7, The Sydney Morning Herald, and ABC Radio. Clinton’s eBook, 31 Days to Build a Better Relationship is available through his website or Amazon. Click here to take Clinton’s relationship checkup quiz to find out how well you know your partner.