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Can I share the big news with you?

I am very excited to announce that we have moved to a new office! We are now located in the Mandarin area. We are just off of San Jose Boulevard behind Mandarin Mill mini-golf. Our new space, consisting of a lobby, three offices, and access to a large conference room, will allow us to serve more clients, hire additional therapists, […]

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Four Reasons Why You Should Start Therapy Now

If you’re on the fence about starting therapy, here are four reasons why you should consider starting now. Use it or lose it. If your employer offers you a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), the money in your account has to be used by the end of the year, or else you forfeit those funds. With only a few months before […]

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Six Questions to Ask Your Partner to Connect

“I’m not happy anymore. I think I want a divorce.” All too often in my counseling office, I see a husband and wife, and one of them has just been blind sighted from their partner—their partner isn’t happy—and yet they had no idea that there was any major problem.  To avoid this, one of the biggest communication skills I recommend to […]

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Emotional Baggage & Marital Affairs

Hey everyone, I was recently interviewed by Francesca Di Meglio (@NewlywedsGuide) from About.com for their “Will this marriage survive?” column. In this interview, I discuss a case study about how couples can survive an affair (don’t worry, names have been changed, and this is a combination of many couples’ stories, not one in particular). Happy reading! How to Get Past Emotional […]

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Best of the Best: 16 Pieces of Advice

Dr. Tabitha Johnson is featured in the Carly Cylinder’s article for the Huffington Post, entitled Best of the Best: 16 Pieces of Advice from Experts in All Areas.  The article is posted below. Enjoy!   16 Insider Tips You’ll Want to Know on Your Big Day! Last year I wrote about what vendors don’t want you to know on your big day, […]

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How to Overcome a Sexless Marriage

We are often so busy these days between running to jobs, school, sports and extracurricular activities for the kids, housework…the list goes on. So how do we find time for our marriage and our intimacy? Many of us feel as though that hot, passionate lovemaking has been reduced to a small spark. Dr. Tabitha Johnson speaks with Francesca Di Meglio with […]

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Help! I want an exceptional marriage!

Lots of couples ask me how to keep a relationship healthy. I get it—a lifelong commitment can be a bit intimidating or a scary venture—especially in a society where divorce is ramped, infidelity is common, and for those that remain committed, few are really happy. I’m convinced that a successful marriage is absolutely possible, but it does take work. Here […]

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Take a Stand Against School Bullying

I remember riding on the school bus in the fourth grade, getting popped in the back of my head with an automatic umbrella. Chris, a bully who was only one year my senior, would aim the umbrella behind my head, and press the button on the handle causing the bar of the umbrella to shoot forward, hitting me in the […]

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Hope Floats

Hope…a four-letter word that can be so difficult to have and keep, especially when going through a tough situation in your life or relationship. I clearly remember sitting in the small townhouse I lived in Mississippi. I was a 27-year-old PhD, well respected in my field as a relationship expert and yet found myself crying my eyes out after discovering […]

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Welcome

Welcome to my blog! My name is Tabitha Johnson, and I want to help you navigate your relationships in a healthy way. Whether you are embarking a new marriage, struggling with relationships at work, or just needing some parenting tips, I believe you will find helpful insights and practical ideas that you can apply to both yourself and your relationships. […]

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