I. To share resources from cutting-edge research and bonding science for everyone seeking healthy relationships.

II. To strive to reduce and eliminate barriers limiting and preventing access to evidence-based relationship wisdom.

III. To hold hope and co-create safe, respectful spaces where clients can heal, grow, and bond by experiencing emotions together in new ways.

The most daring thing is to create stable communities in which
the terrible disease of loneliness can be cured.
— Kurt Vonnegut


More About Morgan

BA: Psychology, Wake Forest, 2010
MA: Counseling, St. Edward's, 2013

On a mission to spread love and solid science.

You shouldn't have to get a Master's to have access to cutting-edge relationship research and wisdom.

You don't have to wait or depend on a therapist to transform your relationships.

World-renowned clinician, Sue Johnson wrote, “From the cradle to the grave, humans desire a certain someone who will look out for them, notice and value them, soothe their wounds, reassure them in life’s difficult places, and hold them in the dark.”

We're wired to reach, trust, soothe, hold, and bond.

You can tune in to these innate abilities, wherever you are, and regardless of what you've experienced; you can build a relationship that feels like home.

If this site does nothing but inspire you to lean into your relationships a little more, my heart will be overflowing.


This site is for people seeking resources, psychoeducational content, and relationship research news. If you're here because you're in distress, I want to remind you that you're not alone. I'd also just like to put these trusted resources at your fingertips:

ATX 24-HR Crisis Hotline:
(512) 472-4357
Shoal Creek Psychiatric Hospital:
(512) 452-0361
St. David’s Pavilion Psychiatric Hospital:
(512) 867-5800
National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1 (800) 799-7233
ATX 24-HR SAFEline (abuse/domestic violence):
(512) 267-7233
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 
1 (800) 273-8255
LGBT Trevor Project Lifeline:
1 (866) 488-7386
National Sexual Assault Hotline:
1 (800) 656-4673
Crisis Text Line:
Text “HOME” to 741741