In Sandy's Wake, Dr. Bonnie Suggests Giving Back and Giving to Each Other
As many people are still holed up in their neighborhoods, or stranded away from their homes after Sandy, relationship therapist Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil suggests couples use the extra time together to do good, and rekindle a spark with their significant other.
(PRWEB) November 01, 2012
Hurricane Sandy canceled life-as-usual for most New Yorkers this week, including places like Wall Street and Google. As many people are stranded either in their homes, or away from them, relationship therapist Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil says couples should make the most of this time together. Her first suggestions is to bond while helping others. "This is the worst catastrophe since 9/11, and once again New Yorkers are coming together for a common cause to give love and support to one another." She encourages people to volunteer at their neighborhood shelters, or bring canned goods to food banks.
Additionally, she has tips for couples that are "stormed-in" together.
- Mix up a hot drink and then cozy up with eachother. Whether it's hot chocolate or hot toddy, getting warm together doesn't HAVE to involve sex! Start out with something simple like a drink to warm you up and snuggle up together by reading a book, playing a game, or beginning a project that's been put off.
Don't let your relationship be destructive like Sandy! See more tips from Dr. Bonnie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8u5Rr-b4PGk&list=UUMtSY71kjJVxaBnDjDdt2oQ&index=1&feature=plcp. And check out Dr. Bonnie's channel “5 Star Video Contributor" via YouTube/Google”https://www.youtube.com/user/drbonnieweil, plus her book Make Up Don't Break Up and attached DVD, Falling in Love and Staying in Love.
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