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Apr 11
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Enhance Your Relationship’s Romance, Passion and Fun Quotient!

After the infatuation and dating stage, fun and romance doesn’t just happen in relationships. Great committed relationships don’t just happen. We have to put in conscious effort to create the relationship we want. Here are some tips for creating and enhancing your intimacy, romance, passion and fun with your partner:1) Make time for each other and for having quality time together. Pick a time of day that is just for the two of you.2) Stay connected through out the day by sending each other…See More
Apr 9
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It Should be All Fun & Games!

Fun is important in our relationship. Having fun releases different chemicals in the brain that engender good feelings which get then associated with our partner. This is a good thing. Having fun with our partner should be a priority in our relationship. We can get huge returns on this investment!It is difficult at times to remember to have fun a sad state of affairs but very common.Couples get stuck in their routines and getting through their days managing their responsibilities as best they…See More
Apr 4
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Rituals – A Fantastic Couple Success Tool!

There is no better way to create wonderful memories and meaning in one’s relationship than with rituals. Rituals are a special way to show love, appreciation and importance for the partners throughout time in the life of the relationship.Relationships are made up of interactions between two partners which can be negative or positive. Their repetition provide the overall feel of the relationship. Rituals collaborate with this process.Couple rituals play a central role in giving color, substance,…See More
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Mar 12
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Are You Tapping Into Your Partnership Synergy?

People usually marry for love. A new phenomenon, only a couple of centuries old, in the history of the institution of marriage and in this culture. I say “usually” because sometimes people just get married because that is the thing to do, again speaking from today’s and this culture’s context.But what people sometimes don’t…See More
Mar 7
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Do You Have Dirty Thoughts About Your Partner?

When was the last time you were physically intimate with your partner? If you say a long time, you are not alone! A lot of couples share their sexual life is in the toilet. They struggle getting along, among other things, to the point that being physically intimate is the furthest thing from their mind. Getting along is a big…See More
Mar 5
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Are You Conniving in Your Relating?

Partners love telling each other what to do, how to behave, how to be, what to think, how to feel, and even things like what to eat and how to dress! They are on a mission to change their partner, consciously or not. This is a sign of lack of boundaries and personal ownership. Partners love owning each other instead…Owning each…See More
Feb 26
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Do You Have the System to Meet Both of Your Needs Yet?

Being seen and accepted for who we are is a basic need that specially plays out in our relationship. I find that the driver behind most conflict and dissatisfaction in relationships has to do with the partners feeling they can’t be themselves in one way or another.Partners impart this message to one another in different ways: Giving…See More
Feb 21
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FOR VALENTINE’S DAY: The Gift of Self Exploration & Expression

Often times partners share their wondering about how exclusivity, monogamy, and fidelity is possible in a longterm relationship. It is usually the male partners who pose this question when their female counterpart is not present.  I appreciate their honesty, risk and willingness to explore this topic and concern. I completely understand their plight. Unfortunately, this is often chucked to “boys will be boys”, “it is unnatural for a man to be monogamous” and the like making men appear…See More
Feb 14
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Relationship Status:
How long have you been married?
11+ Years
How many kids do you have?
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.

Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT's Blog

Surviving Infidelity in Your Relationship.

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 2:38pm 0 Comments

What is an affair? What constitutes cheating? Infidelity? These are very personal definitions. Most people have their own version of what constitutes what. Here is a definition I have adapted from experts in the field that works well: An affair involves one of the partner’s passion being directed at someone or something other than their partner that often includes secrecy.

Affairs/cheating can include making-out with or kissing someone at a club,…


Are You Changing Enough?

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

It’s very interesting to me to watch couples struggle and go around and around… I find that this happens with the ones where partners refuse to take ownership of their own contribution to their relationship’s status quo and are fixated with having their partner change… These are the partners that also are waiting for the magic pill and for me to fix their partner. I have a bit of news for these partners – it ain’t gonna happen!

When partners…


Betrayal – Loving and Trusting Afterwards.

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 2:27pm 0 Comments

It is very painful to experience betrayal in our relationships. I am primarily referring to betrayal by loved ones. This is the most painful betrayal. Betrayal may happen in many different forms and can be experienced by anyone at anytime during their life time

Betrayal might take place in the form of sexual, physical, emotional, and/or verbal abuse by a perpetrator onto a weaker subject. It can take the form of abandonment and…


Liven Up Your Relationship – Have Fun!

Posted on April 11, 2014 at 7:08am 0 Comments

What is the Fun Quotient in your relationship? Couples have the tendency to become complacent in their relationship including the fun aspect of their relating. This is traumatic to the relationship as it stifles its energy flow creating a numb, stuck and disconnect feel and dissatisfied partners.

Regardless of your relationship stage, it is imperative that you have fun with your partner.Your brain and body chemistry change when you have fun…


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