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Financial or Emotional Crisis? Get Security Today!

Money. Money is a hot topic in many relationships as there are intense emotions attached to money as well as a range of meaning around it. Partners have different ideas about the importance of money, what it means to them, its purpose, its role, how to manage it, and even how to earn it! Couples are made up of two individuals that have different backgrounds, exposure, experience and relationship with money. Their parents had different relationships with money and gave them different messages…See More
May 7, 2014
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From Desperate Anger to Blooming Passion

The season of renewal is finally here and with it comes an invitation to awaken to life. Note the blue skies, the sun shining, birds chirping, flowers blooming. What an enchanting time to be alive. The possibilities are countless.As we are coming out of hibernation, it is time to look around and take stock. How much did we neglect ourselves and our relationship over the winter months? Did the month of love make an impact in your relationship, or did you let the opportunity to feel alive and…See More
May 2, 2014
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Prevent Blows to Your Relationship!

Most relationships have to endure a history of trauma experienced by one or both partners and a current trauma(s).Traumas include abandonment, neglect, abuse, rejection, control, accidents, assaults/attacks, catastrophes, infidelity, infertility, loss, relocation, birthing and becoming parents, substance abuse, chronic illness, eating disorders, depression, extreme emotionality, obsessions, PTSD, unemployment, disability. Some of these are symptoms of a past trauma, but when experienced in the…See More
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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, 2014
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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, 2014
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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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Profile Information

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

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LIBERATING NEW PERSPECTIVES…

Posted on August 28, 2018 at 12:19pm 0 Comments

Growing and developing as a couple is no easy feat. It requires intention, consciousness, commitment, dedication, and effort. Being in tune with signs that change is needed is a good way of promoting growth for the couple.

Signs that indicate…

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ARE YOU CODEPENDENT IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP?

Posted on August 28, 2018 at 12:18pm 0 Comments

One version of couples struggling that I come across are couples with partners that are codependent. These are the couples that are stuck in patterns that they can’t seem to break, they have a lot of fighting and drama or complete disconnect (conflict avoiding), they feel they are behind…

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STOP REACTING, START RESPONDING!

Posted on August 28, 2018 at 12:14pm 0 Comments

Do you find that your interactions with your partner include some of the following?

  • Poor or no eye-contact
  • Giving of the back or talking to the back
  • Talking to the air
  • Not responding, acknowledging or…
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PRAISE, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & MORE!

Posted on August 28, 2018 at 12:13pm 0 Comments

One of the love languages is Words of Affirmation (book referenced above).Words of affirmation come in many forms including praise, acknowledgement, credit, recognition, validation, compliments, and appreciation. Each of these are a gift in and of themselves. When you use these, you show your…

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