Author name: Cheri Timko

Hi! I’m Cheri. I help seasoned couples ditch the disappointment so they can dare to date again. When disappointment, frustration, and hurt build up, it can weaken or kill the feeling of being “in love.” I help you to release the resentment so that you can rekindle the romance, work as partners, and have fun again. If you’re ready to get to work, email me at ctimko@cheritimko.com to chat about the next steps.

Why Dates and Romantic Getaways Arent Enough by Cheri Timko Relationship Coach

Why Dates and Romantic Getaways Aren’t Enough: Banish Roommate Syndrome Forever

Picture this: You’re sitting together on the couch, watching TV together. Although you’re in the same room, having the same experience, your partner feels miles away. There’s a noticeable gap between you. It’s a physical and emotional distance that’s hard to ignore. You yearn for the days when you would curl up together. But the …

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Marriage in Jeopardy: 12 Signs Your Phone is to Blame (with Actionable Solutions)

Years ago, my husband got a Blackberry for work. I used to call it his “crackberry.” Until I got my own smartphone. Looking back, his phone use didn’t seem that bad. Couples have always complained that their partner doesn’t give them their full attention. In the past, work, kids, friends, and hobbies have been to …

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Avoiding Conflict is Making Your Arguments Worse

Avoiding Conflict is Making Your Arguments Worse

Avoiding conflict is killing your relationship. It’s making you feel lonely and misunderstood. It’s killing off your sex life, too. Few people enjoy fighting with their spouse. A good debate scratches an itch, but arguing is a different thing. It’s stressful and can deeply hurt your relationship. It’s natural that you disagree with your spouse. In …

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