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Overwhelmed, how is your support and collaboration? (PT5)

It is not easy to live a successful and meaningful life. It takes intentionality, focus and dedication to stay the course. Our life Journey has ups and downs, and at times it can feel like an obstacle course. With the many demands of today’s modern life and specially recently as we’ve weathered a global pandemic, things can be challenging. It can be overwhelming to manage all the demands and responsibilities. This is why it’s so important to uplevel your support and collaboration.Imagine having…See More
Jun 25
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Missing love, how is your connection and intimacy? (PT4)

Nobody likes to feel disconnected from their partner. Partners might like to have time to themselves and do their own thing. But they like to have that while still feeling connected. Feeling disconnected, not in a good place, not on the same page, not in alignment, not together or not close, intimate and special – doesn’t feel good. Missing love, how is your connection and intimacy?We’ve already established that we have not only been in a Pandemic but also undergoing, and this is not just…See More
Jun 17
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Repeating arguments, how are your relationship dynamics? (PT3)

It feels terrible when we have the same arguments over the same disagreements, over and over again… Doesn’t it? It’s so frustrating to feel like we are living in the twilight zone, or that we are having a Groundhog Day experience… It’s tough to know that we’ll have the same conversation without resolution, yet again. Feeling like beating your head against the wall? Having repeating arguments, how you’re your relationship dynamics?Having the same fight, or conflict, over and over might have to…See More
Jun 10
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How to Create a Strong and Loving Relationship at Online

June 28, 2021 from 5pm to 6pm
It is common for couples to have ups and downs in their relationship and to struggle from time to time. If you are currently experiencing a rough patch, please know that’s all it is, and things can be turned around again. The relationship can actually become better for it…*Are you feeling stuck in your relationship and feeling hopeless?*Are you having difficulties getting on the same page with your partner?*Do you find that you have the same old disagreements and fights over and over?*Are you…See More
Jun 8
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Bickering and fighting, how are your communication skills? (Pt2)

Hey, we can all relate to being annoyed by our partner at one point or another. But sometimes this goes beyond our idiosyncrasies, quirks or habits. Sometimes we just pick, pick, pick and go around and around. We argue to make our point and prove ourselves right. We get into fights about how we are talking and arguing. And the fights might even escalate to epic proportions. There is no fun and love in that. I you are bickering and fighting, how are your communication skills? Have you considered…See More
Jun 4
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Feeling stuck, how is your relationship mindset? (Pt1)

If you are feeling stuck in your relationship, resentful, cranky, and easily annoyed by your partner, your relationship lens might be a bit smudged… Partners have a tendency to blame their partner for the status of the relationship and how unsatisfied and unhappy they might be… They tend to point fingers, get finicky and demanding or withdrawn and disengaged, and critical of their partner and their ways. Feeling stuck is usually a relationship mindset issue…What is relationship mindset?…See More
May 28
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Importance of personal and partner character strengths

It is uncommon to speak in terms of Mothering and Fathering in the context of our relationship… Unless of course we are talking about raising our children. But I’ve been presenting this concept as a way to continue to heal and grow ourselves. As a personal development tool, and more recently as a relationship enrichment tool… Today I’m expanding…See More
May 21
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Create safety, security and trust in your relationship

A lot of people have difficulties having trust in their relationship, and in general… Mistrust in our relationship is not just about wondering, or obsessing about, if our partner is cheating. But not trusting our partner usually has the flavor of not trusting we can count on them. That they have our back. That they’ll pick up where we leave off. Whether or not they’ll follow through on what they say. If they’ll use their best judgement. And so on. It is imperative that we create safety,…See More
May 13
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Mothering Vs Fathering

Mothering Vs Fathering… This is not a competition! First off, wishing all the Moms a very Happy Mother’s Day. And here is an invitation for all of us to embrace more Mothering in our own lives, of ourselves and our loved us. We can all stand to be more compassionate, nurturing and loving… Second, the key is finding a balance for these two characteristics within ourselves for a more integrated Human Experience…We are…See More
May 7
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Prevent drama with self-regulation and co-regulation

You know when you don’t feel so hot physically or emotionally, how you are more sensitive to most things? And, even more so with your partner and how they are being? The things that you would normally let go or that wouldn’t necessarily bother you, in this state they are actually experienced as micro aggressions. And, when this happens you are both thrown for a loop... You can prevent pain and drama with self-regulation and co-regulation.What does that mean? Self-regulation is the ability to…See More
Apr 30
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

The key is embracing a relationship enrichment lifestyle… (Video)

Do you feel like you are spinning your wheels and getting nowhere fast in your life? Do you feel like your world got turned upside down and you don’t know what’s up or down? Do you feel exhausted and completely unmotivated? Do you feel like are banging around without purpose and alone? Do you feel disconnected from your partner and like you are both just floating around?You are not alone. Imagine a gigantic hand grabbed the world this past year and shook it and shook it. Everything is rattled…See More
Apr 25
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

When you keep having the same fight…

Sometimes things don’t seem to be working out the way we’d prefer in our life and our relationship. We don’t lose the weight. We don’t get the promotion or hit our sales target. We haven’t gotten engaged yet. We keep having the same fight. There is a reason for this. The reason is that we are getting in our own way…Now, I say with lots of love and compassion, for who wants to hear it’s their fault they are having a hard time. Right?But the reality is that we are carrying on in a way that…See More
Apr 18
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Implement pleasure and delight habits… (Video)

It is not uncommon for us to become so tunnel vision in our experience that we miss the forest for the tree. We focus on what’s not working, how we’ve been wronged, what we don’t like, how much we have to do, and all the miseries of life. We tend to overwork, neglect ourselves and our loved ones. We are far from living our Best Life and creating our Best Relationship… We can focus and work differently instead… And, we can implement pleasure and delight habits…Why pleasure and delight habits?…See More
Apr 11
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

our new beginning needs a communication cleanse

The conversation continues on having a refresh and reset, a renewal, on creating a new beginning, and on getting traction on our relationship and life transformation… Are you ready for newness? Let’s do it! To get traction with the new, we have to get rid of the old… Your new beginning needs a communication cleanse to set the right tone for the awesomeness that’s to come.Today we’ll focus on how to clean up how you communicate in your relationship. I recently wrote about…See More
Apr 3
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Relationship refresh and reset

New beginnings are super exciting, and this new season promises nothing less. Not only is it a new season, but it is also Springtime when things come alive. And, this Spring is meaningful as it marks a one-year anniversary of the still ongoing global pandemic but with it hope as the vaccine is being distributed. Newness is in the air. This is the perfect time for a relationship refresh and reset.What is a relationship refresh and reset? A relationship refresh and reset is a time for renewal.…See More
Mar 28
Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT posted a blog post

Spring into a new level in your relationship and life

Springtime is a time for renewal and New Beginnings… It is an opportunity to start fresh again. It is a time to refresh, course correct and reset. All changes in season and any new start, provide the opportunity for New Beginnings… Spring is special in this endeavor as the newness is so obvious with nature springing back to life… There is momentum in this… This is your chance to spring into a new level in your relationship and life…Does that sound scary, or empowering and motivating to you?…See More
Mar 20

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

Emma K. Vigluicci, LMFT, CIT's Blog

Overwhelmed, how is your support and collaboration? (PT5)

Posted on June 25, 2021 at 12:28pm 0 Comments

It is not easy to live a successful and meaningful life. It takes intentionality, focus and dedication to stay the course. Our life Journey has ups and downs, and at times it can feel like an obstacle course. With the many demands of today’s modern life and specially recently as we’ve weathered a global pandemic, things can be challenging. It can be overwhelming to manage all the demands and responsibilities. This is why it’s so important to uplevel your support and…

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Missing love, how is your connection and intimacy? (PT4)

Posted on June 17, 2021 at 8:05pm 0 Comments

Nobody likes to feel disconnected from their partner. Partners might like to have time to themselves and do their own thing. But they like to have that while still feeling connected. Feeling disconnected, not in a good place, not on the same page, not in alignment, not together or not close, intimate and special – doesn’t feel good. Missing love, how is your connection and intimacy?

We’ve already established that we have not only been in a Pandemic but also undergoing, and…

Continue

Repeating arguments, how are your relationship dynamics? (PT3)

Posted on June 10, 2021 at 6:57am 0 Comments

It feels terrible when we have the same arguments over the same disagreements, over and over again… Doesn’t it? It’s so frustrating to feel like we are living in the twilight zone, or that we are having a Groundhog Day experience… It’s tough to know that we’ll have the same conversation without resolution, yet again. Feeling like beating your head against the wall? Having repeating arguments, how you’re your relationship dynamics?

Having the same fight,…

Continue

Bickering and fighting, how are your communication skills? (Pt2)

Posted on June 4, 2021 at 10:02am 0 Comments

Hey, we can all relate to being annoyed by our partner at one point or another. But sometimes this goes beyond our idiosyncrasies, quirks or habits. Sometimes we just pick, pick, pick and go around and around. We argue to make our point and prove ourselves right. We get into fights about how we are talking and arguing. And the fights might even escalate to epic proportions. There is no fun and love in that. I you are bickering and fighting, how are your communication skills? Have you…

Continue

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