Ed Wimberly

Helping you find clarity in relationship struggles. For good parents who want to be better parents. For couples who want to improve their marriage.

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How They Make It Work

Throughout the course of my 45 years in private practice, I have realized that the couples who make the most progress with therapy do it by replacing their old and self-defeating habits with new and productive ones. It is not enough to remove dysfunctional habits, one must follow up by developing new and healthy habits. How They Make it Work addresses 21 new habits to help couples continue to thrive and to grow on their own beyond professional intervention, with follow up questions designed to help you process these new habits together. They have worked for others, they can work for you. VIEW THE BOOK

“Dr. Wimberly has with wisdom, humor and common sense, translated psychological principles into a highly useful guide for couples who want to improve their relationship”.

Dr. James Hilkey, Forensic psychologist


Parenting with an Attitude

Most parents these days are looking for answers to help them be successful parents, but often feel unsatisfied because they are asking the wrong questions. Parenting with an Attitude focuses on 21 of the more important questions focusing on our efforts and attitudes towards what we can do differently, rather than on the attitude of our kids and how we can somehow extract changes from them. As our attitudes improve, we see the changes we desire in them, and experience our parenting years watching healthy and responsible kids growing up to be well-adjusted adults. VIEW THE BOOK

“This is a ‘wow’ book–a very, very, very good book that all parents should read. If you want to help your kids, read this fabulous book by Dr. Ed Wimberly.”

Dr. Laura Schlessinger,
Radio talk show host & best selling author

Article Series

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Authority-Based Parenting

What sets authority-based parenting apart from power-based parenting is not just our behavioral response and actions, but our motivations and attitudes that come along with our corrective responses. This 7 part series explains the significant differences.


Making Your Marriage Work

This series is to encourage those who are over worked and under satisfied in their relationship, to reconsider that just maybe a successful marriage is possible. There is hope for reviving the relationship that once excited, invigorated, and enlivened both of you.


Discipline-Based Parenting

In our everyday conversation, most of us use the words “punishment” and “discipline” interchangeably. Is there really a difference? The purpose of this series is to suggest the significant distinctions we must make between the two to be successful parents.


10 False Assumptions of Parenting

In just about all areas of life – and especially in our relationships – we humans tend to make lots of assumptions. This series of 10 articles tackle one assumption at a time to help you discover where you might be stuck and move towards becoming a better parent.


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