"When a couple is doing well, and things are looking good, what you're seeing is two people turning toward one another," says Ms. Hahn. "The couple look toward each other for encouragement and appreciate what the other person brings to the relationship."
"Compatibility certainly does help, but in today's world, couples put a little too much faith in compatibility," says Dr. Smalley. "When couples start having problems, they begin to think they're not compatible. It's not everything. Even if you're compatible, you still need to learn how to handle conflict."
For those who would like to follow the broadcast, the show will be available on demand at www.InYourRightMind.com. For questions, contact email@example.com.
One factor that differentiates Sovereign Health from other treatment providers is its ability to offer separate mental health and addiction/dual diagnosis treatment programs at its facilities. For more information, visit www.sovhealth.com.
About "In Your Right Mind"
"In Your Right Mind" is a weekly behavioral health radio show that covers various topics each week, including mental health disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and addiction/dual diagnosis disorders. Dr. Tonmoy Sharma and Kristina Kuestner are the hosts of the show. In addition, each program will feature guest speakers throughout the United States participating in a roundtable discussion about headlines in behavioral health. The mission of "In Your Right Mind" is to raise awareness about behavioral health issues that get people talking. The hour-long show airs every Sunday at 5 p.m. PST on Talk Radio 790 KABC Los Angeles. "In Your Right Mind" is produced in conjunction with Sovereign Health, a leading national provider of behavioral health treatment services. For more information, visit www.inyourrightmind.com.
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