Relationships CAN Heal

Do YOU Believe YOUR Relationships CAN HEAL?

  • Have you studied the way relationships develop?
  • Do you know what works/doesn’t work for creating love?
  • Are you ready to live your life in love with a loving partner?

How loving is YOUR relationship?
I AM HERE to help you bring back that loving feeling.


Dr. Erica Goodstone

32 thoughts on “Relationships CAN Heal

  1. Dr. erica, wow, what a one minute video can explain so much that is truly going on in so many relationships..

    Happy to know you are well equipped to help others make it better.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Erica,

    What a wonderful video! Relationships a tricky. Can they heal? Of course they can! But sometimes the two people need a third party to help them out.

    Effective communication is something that we do not learn in school. But by getting a third party in, a couple can learn that bottom line of relationship healing.

    I love your passion of Relationship healing! I know you for years and your articles, books and seminars reflect that you have mastered this.

    And you said it all in a one minute video!


    • Thanks Donna. Relationships build over time and what we do today can have a lasting effect tomorrow and even years later. Couples start out in love, yet many of them say and do hurtful things and they do not have a clear way to communicate their feelings and get beyond the hurt. Gradually they build layers of unexpressed thoughts and feelings. You are so right – communication is key, right from the start.


      Dr. Erica

  3. Dr. Erica,
    Relationships ;are always changing and it take work to keep them healthy… at lease that has been my experience. Your posts offer great insights and now cleaver videos. I always learn something here on your site. Thanks for the great content!

    • Dawn,

      Yes, the one thing we can be guaranteed about relationships is that they will change. We have so many outside influences and life changes that must affect those closest to us. Knowing that, we need to continually self-reflect and share our thoughts and emotions with our partner.
      Dr. Erica

  4. Hi Dr. Goodstone – I have been blessed and lucky enough to find the one i love in high school. We have been together for 8 years and recently married. We continue to work at our relationship to further our love and dedication to each other. Nothing is easy in life, especially relationships but we have decided to be proactive and continue to work at it 🙂

    • That is very special to meet the one you love early in your life. You can share years together without all that heartache that comes with meeting new people, not knowing what they want or need, or what you really want. And even with the most perfect partner, there will always be lots of challenges. Glad to hear you both have the intention to keep the love alive.
      Dr. Erica

  5. Hello Dr. Goodstone. This is a very nice video and a great reminder that just because troubles may be brewing for a couple that started out in love, that doesn’t mean that love — or the relationship — is lost. I agree that communication is key and often the way to find one’s “way back.”

  6. Thanks for the information. Great video, all is said in one short video. I am blessed to find the true one. 13 years every day is a new day. It seems like we are getting warmed up. The Lord is good all the time.

    • Christine,
      I just realized you had replied so my response is quite late.
      So glad to hear you have created a wonderful relationship.
      That is a gift to be treasured and not taken lightly.
      Dr. Erica

  7. Great video Dr Erica. I encourage you to create more. I just saw you have quite a few on Youtube so I subscribed there. I hope this sweet video attracts more people to you who can be benefitted by your work.

  8. Hi Erica,
    I really admire you for your insight and the ability to help. I am also happy that many men are willing to seek help and make changes. My first husband would not have even considered it.

    Have a wonderful day, my friend. Monna

    • Monna,

      The men who are willing to seek help reveal how much more similar we are than we are different. We all want to be heard, understood, loved and appreciated. We just may show it in different ways and assume that the other person gets it, when they may not.


      Dr. Erica

    • Marquita,

      Sometimes one person can get the change started, even if the other person is not currently willing. I always believe that where there is love, there is a way. When we make the changes in our self, the other person notices and becomes curious. That is when they might finally get involved and start working together.


      Dr. Erica

  9. Dr. Erica,

    I will share this amazing, promotional. I believe that each relationship is different. I would not hope for a fairy-tale of a relationship. That, is for the young and inexperienced.

    Yes, I know that love heals all. If we fall in love with the one we marry. Amazing, the journey will be. It is all about the journey. Learning something new each day.

    My over 19 years of marriage. Speaks to this testimony.

    Thank you Dr. Erica. You have given so many of us a one stop service. Knowing, you are available to help us through our relationship, challenges. That, makes me feel so much confident in moving forward with hope.

    • William,

      You are right that each relationship is different. We cannot compare what we have to what others appear to have. Their backgrounds, training, emotional makeup, needs, desires and interests are totally different from our own. Even our closest friends have totally different attitudes and approaches to life and their intimate relationships. Imagine how boring the world would be if we were all alike and we could just interchange one partner for another. The magic happens when we connect with that one person who matches our unique set of needs and desires. And then it is a consistent and ongoing exchange of thoughts, feelings, emotions, ups and downs. It is a learning experience, growth opportunity and healing venue.


      Dr. Erica

  10. Hi Erica,
    I enjoyed your video! Amazing how much impact a video can have visually. Relationships can be saved if the people involved are will to try … also, changing your own attitude can be very helpful as well.

    • Lesly,
      The first step is shifting your own attitude, learning to appreciate what you do have instead of longing for what you don’t
      have. Appreciation is the key to improving a relationship.

      Dr. Erica

  11. Sure would be nice to have a partner but looks like that is not in the cards for me. But you are doing a nice job on your blog. Thanks for sharing.

    • Mae,
      Don’t assume that your current situation is the way it will always be. Life brings change and often unexpected.
      The key is to set your intentions for whatever it is you desire and then just trust that it will provided to you at the right time in the way that is best for all concerned.


      Dr. Erica

  12. Hi Erica,

    I believe in love and I believe that relationships can heal, BUT, only if both parties are willing to make them work. I speak from experience because my husband and I have gone through so much together, and we were almost at the verge of breaking it all off. But we sat, we talked, we planned and figured it out. It’s never hopeless until one of the two decides to call it quits and doesn’t want to invest time and effort to make it work.
    Thanks for sharing this.

    • Houda,

      You are so right. If one person has definitely decided to call it quits, the relationship may have reached a point of no return. However, the way that you respond to the other person’s decision can sometimes alter their decision. Always work on yourself first and then share your insights and feelings with your partner. But blaming the other and wanting the other person to change will usually backfire. Relationships require lots of understanding, communication and willingness to do what it takes – together.
      Congratulations to you and your husband for going through it and coming out the other side.
      Dr. Erica

  13. Great video!

    It has been so long since I have checked your site out. I love the way it looks and feels. Relationships can be hard work.. Perhaps they were meant to be that way, One of the hardest things to do when in a relationship is having the alone time together without the children around.. What’s the alternative? Not doing anything together and this will make the wedge even further apart… Sometimes you just need to pause everything and spend time with your loved one.


    • Well said William. You ought to know. You have been working hard and dealing with family and responsibilities. It is not easy to juggle it all and keep a relationship happy, enthusiastic and romantic. You have to want to do something to keep the relationship going. It doesn’t just happen on its own.


      Dr. Erica

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