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How to “Parent Proof” Your Marriage

How to “Parent Proof” Your Marriage

One of the most frequent issues that many spouses face is problems with intrusive parents. Do you experience parents who call daily, come over uninvited, tell you how to parent your children, judge the decisions you make or disrespect your spouse? These type of encounters are problematic to marriages because they violate the trust, protection and loyalty…

Is Weight Gain Weighing Heavy on Your Marriage?

Is Weight Gain Weighing Heavy on Your Marriage?

Spouse’s undergo a lot of change throughout the developmental stages of their marriage. Weight gain is often a change in one or both partner’s after children are born, demanding jobs, or health issues arise. Research has found that once a major weight disparity exists between partners, conflict often follows. Partners typically fall in love with…

Facebook:  Avoid Damaging the Intimacy in your Relationship

Facebook: Avoid Damaging the Intimacy in your Relationship

Since the birth of Facebook over a decade ago, it has grown from circulating among a few universities and businesses and is now incorporated as a part of most Americans everyday life. According to The Statistics Portal, Facebook is the number one leader in social media, now reaching 1.59 billion active users worldwide. As a marriage…

How to Motivate your Partner to Attend Couples Therapy

How to Motivate your Partner to Attend Couples Therapy

Couples therapy, for many individuals, continues to be seen as this mysterious, unforeseeable process that can be very anxiety-provoking to embark upon. Depending on your culture, beliefs and value system, turning to an “outsider” may be a very difficult decision for either partner. As a couples therapist, one of the first questions that I ask…

How to Cope When Losing Your BFF

How to Cope When Losing Your BFF

I believe most of us have heard BFF as a commonly used phrase to describe a very close friendship or “best friend forever.” Especially for women, close friendships often serve as a place of refuge or a layer of protection from difficulties in life. Research shows that BFF’s can increase one’s sense of belonging and…

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