Leandie Buys Realtionship Therapist & Clinical Sexologist

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Want to ‘fix’ your relationship? 5 Steps to begin the healing process

You cannot “do it for the kids”, or for your family, or just because it is the right thing to do. You need to do it for yourself.

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Building sexual self-confidence - #WomensMonth

This is the kind of question I hear often. Since it's Women's Month I will be focussing on this from the woman's point of view. #WomensMonth

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Scheduling your sex life can help boost the intimacy in your relationship

All relationships go through cycles, from the excitement of dating, to marriage and the ‘honeymoon’ phase. Once a couple settles down into their relationship, they may find themselves in a rut.

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Sex & intimacy – Does a sexless relationship lead to infidelity?

A ‘bad sex life’ is a symptom of a deeper problem, not the problem itself

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Getting separated or divorced? How to break the news to your children

Remember that just as you and your partner are going through a tumultuous time, your kids are also experiencing a level of chaos. And just because they are children, don’t think that they don’t really understand what’s going on.

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Intimacy in relationships - How often is ‘normal’?

When it comes to sex, there is no “normal” and “abnormal”.

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Lockdown & your relationship: Are you fighting over who's responsible for the kids?

In my practice lately, I’ve noticed that some couples are struggling to renegotiate some of the roles and responsibilities in their household when it comes to the kids.

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Lockdown & your relationship: How to handle going back to work

You may have been able to share the responsibilities of the household and children during the first few weeks of lockdown as both of you were able to stay home. But as the levels are lifted, these responsibilities may shift.

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Making it work: How to share household responsibilities & decrease conflict

Emotionally healthy relationships allow for the couple to feel strong, and ready to tackle any obstacle. They are a team, and are ‘in this fight together’. Do you feel that way about your relationship?

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5 Ways to “spring clean” your relationship during lockdown

While you’re doing some home ‘spring cleaning and DIY’, here are some ways you can also do some relationship spring cleaning so you and your partner can come out of this with a deeper love for each other, and a stronger relationship.

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