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Infidelity and Valentine’s Day Survey Findings
Relationships

Infidelity and Valentine’s Day Survey Findings

AffairRecovery.com, a national leader in offering personalized online support for those impacted by infidelity, conducted an anonymous survey to shed light on the many challenges surrounding Valentine’s Day after an affair is discovered. In total, the survey had a sample size of 475 respondents who have personally experienced infidelity. Purpose: […]

VERBAL ABUSE DOES NOT LEAVE BRUISES
Relationships

VERBAL ABUSE DOES NOT LEAVE BRUISES

According to the Centers for Disease Control 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men will be the victims of domestic violence at some point in their lives It’s time to start educating family and friends on the warning signs of verbal abuse which plays a huge part of […]

Relationships

From Confrontation to Calm: How to Ask Your Way

…Through Ten of the Toughest Conversations You’ll Ever Have At work, at home, with friends, and even with perfect strangers, it isn’t uncommon to find yourself suddenly entrenched in a tough, tense conversation. Instead of trying to stutter and mutter your way out of it, and risk permanently damaging an […]

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How to Spot a Victim of Domestic Violence

Health-Care Pro Discusses the Many Warning Signs In the United States, women are assaulted or beaten once every nine seconds; worldwide, one in three women have been battered, raped or otherwise abused in her lifetime, according to women’s advocacy organizations. “That means most of us – while grocery shopping, at […]

Why does romantic love so often end in disappointment?
Ask Dr. Virginia

Why does romantic love so often end in disappointment?

This is Part Four in the series HOW TO KEEP LOVE ALIVE – AT ANY AGE! by Virginia Crist, Ph.D., LMFT Why does romantic love so often end in disappointment? Disenchantment? Because the initial choice in partner is unsuitable. Because of doubts and insecurities. Because of unrealistic expectations. Because of ineffective […]

When a Rose is Not Just a Rose
Love and Romance / Relationships / Women and Dating

When a Rose is Not Just a Rose

Three things happened to me a little over a year ago that corrected and changed the course of my life. In overlapping succession, I had a dream in which a rose appeared in my hand; two, I met Dr. Howard Teich, an archetypal psychotherapist and author of Solar Light, Lunar […]

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