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Great communication skills and tools are a must

One of the main roadblocks to creating a radiant and successful relationship is having poor communication skills and tools. Even if you believe you are a great communicator, you might not necessarily have the skills and tools needed to get on the same page with your partner… Great communication skills and tools are a must for succeeding at your relationship.When I hear people say they are great communicators, a session from a long time ago come to mind. The wife was a self-proclaimed expert…See More
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Post Valentine’s Day Blues are real…

Post Valentine’s Day Blues are real… There is even a thing as “Anti Valentine’s Day Week”… This week is not just for those that don’t believe on the mushy holiday, but also for those who are disappointed by it. Regardless of what camp you are in on the holiday and your Valentine’s Day experience, you can use this week to enrich your relationship. I say you - do it again, do it over, or do it after all… This idea has to do with not wasting any opportunities to be loving, nurturing, and generous.…See More
Feb 20
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

What to do with Valentine’s Day…

Do you love Valentine’s Day? Some obviously don’t. And, some would totally love to love it but because of their circumstances it is just a painful holiday for them. Which one are you? If you fall in the don’t love it (actually hate it) or in the painful category, I hope you can still find nuggets in here to apply to your life and relationship/s outside of Valentine’s Day… So, here is what to do with Valentine’s Day… Yes, it has been a very challenging past year. What this past year has done for…See More
Feb 14
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Does your Couple Brand™ need upgrading?

Have you ever noticed that there are certain couples in your life that you love being around, and others that you dread or avoid? How do you think others experience your relationship? Do they want to be around you and your partner? Or, do you find that you each get invites to go solo? Is your Couple Brand™ what you want it to be? Does your Couple Brand™ need upgrading? Your couple brand is the flavor of your relationship. It’s also how your relationship comes across to others, and how others…See More
Feb 6
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Do you know how to have fun together?

Couples usually have a challenging time coming up with fun things to do as a couple. They have difficulties having fun in their relationship. And, they might struggle having fun with each other. Do you know how to have fun together? This is not unusual as partners have a tendency to focus on what they don’t like, an unfortunate product of our brain’s built-in negativity bias. They worry about everything that is not to their…See More
Jan 31
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Jan 22
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

3 Tactics to increase connection in your relationship

I love new beginnings whether it’s a new year, a new season, a new chapter, or just a nice and simple refresh and reset… I believe these are amazing opportunities to take stock and plan anew to keep evolving and expanding ourselves and upleveling our life. This applies to all areas of our life, from personal to relationship to professional/business. A refresh and reset are great when feeling off and looking to increase connection in your relationship.I usually like to connect working and…See More
Jan 18
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Intentional habits to glide into the New Year with ease

Happy New Year! The promise of new beginnings is just beyond alluring, is it not? Whether you are rocking it or are struggling, a new ride is just fun! We’ve had a heck of a 2020, and though there is light at the end of the tunnel 2021 is off to a slow start. I say we go with the flow, with tenderness and compassion. I say we glide into the new year with ease. Tenderness, compassion and ease does not mean taking it easy, being lazy or dragging butt! It just means doing it right and with…See More
Jan 6
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

End-of-year vision, strategy and intention (Step3)

Wow, we made it. The end of 2020… And, what a year it has been. Are you excited to close what some are calling the “lost year”? I actually refuse to look at it this way and choose instead to look at it as a Transition Year into our Best Self, Best Relationship and Best Life… To that end, we’ve been closing and letting go of 2020, and getting ready to properly set up 2021. Today we’ll do the last step in this process: End-of-year vision, strategy and intention… It behooves us to shift our energy…See More
Dec 19, 2020
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

End-of-year closure, clearance and celebration (Step2)

Yes, 2020 has been challenging. Yes, 2021 seems to want to start on a rough foot also… But we don’t have to let it! It is our job to create our best life regardless of what is happening out there, to the best of our ability… Today’s topic is the second step in putting a bow on it and launching into the New Year with pizzaz. I’ll cover how to do closure, clearance and celebration for paving the path for the new year. In the last issue I covered…See More
Dec 10, 2020
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

End-of-year, decluttering and minimalism (Step1)

Last month of 2020! Let’s make it a good one! In this context, making it a good one means making the rest of the Holiday Season as magical as they can be, properly wrapping up this year, and setting up the new one for more success… Today’s topic is the first step in putting a bow on it and launching into the New Year with pizzaz. It includes how to properly do end-of-year, decluttering and minimalism…See More
Dec 6, 2020
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Numbing for coping with stress specially during the holidays…

The Holiday Season is here! This time of year is usually challenging regardless of how crazy the world is out there. What makes this season usually more challenging is that we trip into it and get sucked into the hecticness. This sets us up for chaos, being stretched too thin, overwhelm, drama, and too much noise. Where we end up neglecting, and even abusing, ourselves trying to get it all done or managing what comes up... This is the perfect formula for us to turn to numbing for coping with…See More
Nov 23, 2020
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Coping with Life & Holidays Stress- Neutralize your Anxiety, Really Live your Life at online

November 20, 2020 from 5pm to 7pm
As we live in an ever-changing world and all its pressures, stress, overwhelm and anxiety are rampant. There is always some external world or personal situation going on that can get the best of us. But, we don’t have to let it! We can take charge of our life regardless of uncertainty, chaos, crisis and such:We can learn how to manage ourselves and our lives differently to minimize stress and neutralize anxiety.We can learn how to anticipate and manage triggers, and properly address any…See More
Nov 15, 2020
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Holidays thoughts stressing you out?

We know the Holidays and year-end can be stressful and triggering. We deal with this every year. But now we have the added pressure of a raging pandemic added to the mix. We have the sensitivities and aftermath of a close and tumultuous election. We have the flavor of what 2020 has been hanging over our heads. Hey, it makes sense that holiday thoughts are stressing you out, probably a lot more than usual.You might be experiencing a lot of angst and have already encountered tough decision…See More
Nov 15, 2020
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Drama and pain in uncertainty

With only two months left to 2020, still pending election results, a ranging pandemic and looming holidays, life can feel pretty stressful right about now. Our plates are full as usual and then some. We are still trying to recoup the year, weather this pandemic, and get stronger footing in our life. The positive coping necessary to actually thrive during this time becomes elusive under these uncertain times and sustained stress. The drama and pain in uncertainty can be pretty…See More
Nov 8, 2020
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Get back your connection and intimacy

Couples that are experiencing a low in their relationship usually refer to it as having communication issues and not getting along. They bicker and fight, fights escalate and then there is shutdown, they don’t see eye-to-eye and can’t seem to get on the same page, they struggle to get their needs met, everything is a tit-for-tat or keeping score, and they just can’t enjoy each other. They feel disconnected and alone. Intimacy is but a faraway dream. Does this resonate for you? Are you wondering…See More
Oct 31, 2020

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Relationship Status:
Married
How long have you been married?
11+ Years
How many kids do you have?
1
What's your best marriage advice?
1) Give your partner love the way they need it not the way you like to receive it.

2) Understand your partner's world and accept it.

3) Focus on the positive.

4) Give the best of yourself.

5) When something goes wrong, identify what you are contributing to it and change it.
About Me:
I'm a Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in working with couples. My sub specialties / niche include: pre-marital, individual and couple codependence, infidelity, and anger management work. My practice is located in NYC.

I'm a strong believer of working on healing and growing oneself up as a contribution to the relationship; and that conflicts and challenges are opportunities for growth, we are where we are supposed to be, and there is a lesson to be learned in our current situation.

I'm here to lend a hand with tips for those who needed and to build supportive relationships and partnerships.
Website:
http://www.metrorelationship.com

Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT's Blog

Great communication skills and tools are a must

Posted on March 1, 2021 at 3:13am 0 Comments

One of the main roadblocks to creating a radiant and successful relationship is having poor communication skills and tools. Even if you believe you are a great communicator, you might not necessarily have the skills and tools needed to get on the same page with your partner… Great communication skills and tools are a must for succeeding at your relationship.

When I hear people say they are great communicators, a session from a long time ago come to mind. The…

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Post Valentine’s Day Blues are real…

Posted on February 20, 2021 at 3:26am 0 Comments

Post Valentine’s Day Blues are real… There is even a thing as “Anti Valentine’s Day Week”… This week is not just for those that don’t believe on the mushy holiday, but also for those who are disappointed by it. Regardless of what camp you are in on the holiday and your Valentine’s Day experience, you can use this week to enrich your relationship. I say you - do it again, do it over, or do it after all…

 

This idea has to do with not…

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What to do with Valentine’s Day…

Posted on February 14, 2021 at 5:24am 0 Comments

Do you love Valentine’s Day? Some obviously don’t. And, some would totally love to love it but because of their circumstances it is just a painful holiday for them. Which one are you? If you fall in the don’t love it (actually hate it) or in the painful category, I hope you can still find nuggets in here to apply to your life and relationship/s outside of Valentine’s Day… So, here is what to do with Valentine’s Day…

 

Yes, it has been a very…

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Does your Couple Brand™ need upgrading?

Posted on February 6, 2021 at 3:09am 0 Comments

Have you ever noticed that there are certain couples in your life that you love being around, and others that you dread or avoid? How do you think others experience your relationship? Do they want to be around you and your partner? Or, do you find that you each get invites to go solo? Is your Couple Brand™ what you want it to be? Does your Couple Brand™ need upgrading?

 

Your couple brand is the flavor of your relationship. It’s also how your…

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