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1506, 2018

Marriage Counseling: Are you bored with me?

Do you have a boring relationship with your partner? Where has all the excitement gone? The couples I see in my Couples Expert office practice often tell me that all the fun has gone [...]

1206, 2018

Relationship Advice: Plan To Be Spontaneous

When was the last time you and your partner did something fun and spontaneous? If you’re like most couples, it’s probably been a while. Work, life, kids and obligations sure can get in the [...]

1106, 2018

Marriage Counseling: Do Opposites Attract?

We can’t control who we fall in love with (and who would want to), can we? It’s a matter of connection, of chemistry and of timing, really. Falling in love and being in love [...]

706, 2018

Relationship Advice: Take A Trip Down Memory Lane

Have you looked back at your wedding pictures lately? Have you seen what you and your partner looked like when you were first dating, just getting to know and love each other? Who were [...]

606, 2018

Patience and Compassion

I recently met a man who taught me a lesson in patience and compassion who was the caregiver for his wife who is suffering from a severe illness. I could tell from our conversation [...]

606, 2018

Relationship Advice: Buyer Beware – Money and Marriage

Who knows where the money goes? Do you feel like your spouse goes shopping and you end up holding the bag? There’s a whole world of shopping out there that many people never know about, [...]

506, 2018

Relationship Advice: Premarital Counseling, Who Needs It?

Without hesitation, I highly recommend premarital counseling to all couples considering marriage. In fact, not only do I strongly encourage it, I think premarital counseling is so important, it should be a legal requirement. [...]

1705, 2018

Marriage Counseling: How old is too old?

Young people grow up with an assumption about when people stop having an active sex life. After all, who of us ever wanted to think about our parents or any  “old” people having sex? [...]

1105, 2018

Marriage Counseling: When the Relationship is Tested by Illness

When you and your partner start out you never think, plan or dream that you could have something as drastic as a chronic illness that might test your commitment and your resolve to make [...]

305, 2018

Marriage Counseling: Crying with One Foot Out the Door

There’s a phrase that I hear often from couples in crisis. “My partner is pulling away.” Not just emotionally, but physically too. It seems that when things are not going well or a couple [...]

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