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Low Self Esteem Can Ruin Your Marriage

According to Wilkinson & Finkbeiner, LLP, the United States is a country with the 6th highest divorce rate in the world. The divorce rate in the US in 2014 was around 16.9 in every 1,000 married women. This number was … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Anger Ruin Your Relationship

Almost 50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce, according to a report by Divorce Statistics. Many people think that they may have made a wrong decision and that the next marriage would be more successful. However, statistics … Continue reading

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Can Infidelity Counseling Really Help?

When Ashley Madison, the dating website that grew in notoriety as the ‘infidelity website’, exposed its’ members, it left a ton of statistics in its wake. According to the data published in an article in The Huffington Post, New York … Continue reading

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5 Signs You and Your Partner Need a Couples Counselor

In an article in The New York Times, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami, Brian D. Doss says, “…the average couple is unhappy for six years before seeking couples counseling — at which point relationship problems are … Continue reading

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When Should You Seek Couples Therapy?

Did you know that as of 2015, 22 percent women and 21 percent of the men in the United States have been divorced sometime in their life? This is what article published in Life Site News in December 2015 had … Continue reading

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How Marriage Counseling Can Make Long Distance Marriages Work

According to recent research, published by the Statistic Brain Research Institute on January 25, 2016, almost 70% long distance marriages are bound to fail unless the change has been well planned. And planning the change could warrant well calculated, conscious … Continue reading

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Seven Ways to Identify Couple Conflict

No one likes to focus on the difficult times in their relationship. However, being aware of potential conflict can keep initial pitfalls from turning into more serious trouble. In my experience working with couples, I’ve found that there are reliable … Continue reading

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Couple Therapy

It’s not unusual for the world to conspire with a couple to do good work in their therapy session. One evening late last week I found Lisa (let’s call her) and Tom (let’s call him) bickering in the waiting room … Continue reading

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On Self Esteem

Taken literally, the term “self esteem” can be defined as the way a person regards their own self worth. A person’s esteem is one of the basic building blocks of an individual’s psychology. It goes a long way in determining … Continue reading

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