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What if Your Partner Isn’t Wearing a Mask or Social Distancing?  Love in the Time of COVID-19
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What if Your Partner Isn’t Wearing a Mask or Social Distancing? Love in the Time of COVID-19

You look out your front window and see your partner laughing loudly with the neighbor standing 3 feet apart, no masks in sight. Your boyfriend is excited to tell you his team won, and he watched the game at the local bar with his best buddy.  Your girlfriend hugs her […]

Get Ready to Rumble to Make Your Relationship Stronger
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Get Ready to Rumble to Make Your Relationship Stronger

  “I will not agree to disagree”, said a husband to his wife in the middle of their therapy session.  We were discussing an issue with their child, and their very different parenting styles were creating havoc in a typically calm marriage.  While they were able to discuss most disagreements […]

Author Reveals Essential Tools for Realizing Healthy Relationships
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Author Reveals Essential Tools for Realizing Healthy Relationships

What differentiates a healthy relationship from an unhealthy one? And how are the foundations for each of those laid? Whether referring to romantic relationships, platonic friendships or other human affiliations, many would answer these questions with a host of experiential data points and opinions. These might be laced with a […]

What Will You Do If You’ve Been Ghosted?
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What Will You Do If You’ve Been Ghosted?

Do you wonder if your last date was a magician because they disappeared into thin air? As more singles look for potential partners online, the risk of being ghosted increases. Ghosting has become the term for describing a certain kind of dating behavior. It usually happens when you go out […]

Family Communication Starts with Respect
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Family Communication Starts with Respect

Jamie knew her family had a problem when she realized most of their fights ended in slamming doors, screaming matches, cussing, and the occasional breaking of someone’s property. At first, Jamie felt angry and helpless. This wasn’t what she’d envisioned when she’d dreamed of starting her own family as a […]

Don’t Say “We” Unless You Mean It!
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Don’t Say “We” Unless You Mean It!

We’ve noticed a trend and it isn’t a good one. Multiple clients, both individual and couples therapy clients, have brought up an annoying communication pattern. In fact, we have found ourselves guilty of this pattern in our own relationships. Let’s start with an example: One partner comes into the house […]

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