Kay Yerkovich

Kay Yerkovich is a licensed marriage and family therapist whose specialty is treating couples using attachment theory as the foundation of her work. She is a popular speaker and lecturer in the areas of parenting and marriage relationships, and she supervises and trains other therapists. Kay and her husband, Milan, are co-authors of the books How We Love and How We Love Our Kids. The couple has four children and several grandchildren. Learn more about Kay and her work by visiting her website, www.howwelove.com.

Growing Your Marriage in Times of Stress (Part 2 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich discuss common responses to stress and how they can lead to unhealthy attachment styles. Our guests offer couples insight for cultivating healthy ways of dealing with stress as a means of strengthening their marriage. (Part 2 of 2)

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Growing Your Marriage in Times of Stress (Part 1 of 2)

Counselors Milan and Kay Yerkovich discuss common responses to stress and how they can lead to unhealthy attachment styles. Our guests offer couples insight for cultivating healthy ways of dealing with stress as a means of strengthening their marriage. (Part 1 of 2)

couple resolving stress in marriage

How To Handle Stress in Marriage

Most people struggle to manage their stresses in marriage effectively. And unmanaged stress in one spouse usually escalates stress in the other. But reactions can be complex.

You Can Reduce Negative Reactions in Conflict

People often adopt a reaction to stress when they’re kids, and the patterns continue into adulthood. But couples can learn to discuss nine points to deepen their understanding of each other.

Learn to Identify Your Emotions

Using “soul words” helps develop a greater awareness of your inner experiences. And once you begin the awareness process, you will be amazed at how thoughts, feelings and reactions become clearer to you.

How Does Your Child Relate to Others?

By understanding your children’s “love style,” you can help your kids develop healthy emotional connections with others.

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