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Top 3 Marriage Killers: are these threatening your relationship right now?

They’re vicious, persistent, and they might be lurking in your relationship right now, ready to threaten or even kill your most important possession  – your marriage.  These marriage killers start out innocently, but if the two of you don’t recognize … Continue reading

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Stop Playing and Start Talking

Have you ever noticed the Ouija board effect in the beginning stages of a relationship, where slight moves from either member of the couple can move the other member in that same direction (e.g., toward or away from the relationship), … Continue reading

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2 Simple Sentences to Express Your Feelings (and get results)

When our feelings flare up, we tend to express ourselves in the least effective way: we blame, criticize, manipulate, or demand.  The problem feels like the OTHER person’s actions, which “cause” our hurt or angry feelings.  In that moment, it … Continue reading

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Igniting your Relationship through Couples Therapy

You used to be amazing together. You were open, supportive, understanding… passionate. Somehow, it changed. Maybe you have been drifting away from each other. Maybe you fight too often, or struggle with betrayal. You want to recreate that secure, close, … Continue reading

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