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3 ways to divorce proof your marriage

[VIDEO] 3 Ways to Divorce Proof Your Marriage

By | Communication, Divorce, Great Sex, Healthy Marriage, Long Hot Marriage | No Comments

Watch my video below where I share the 3 ways to divorce proof your marriage. With divorce rates skyrocketing, infidelity running rampant and communication at an all-time low, don't you think it is wise to start thinking about what it takes to divorce proof your marriage? In this video, I share my top 3 ways to divorce proof your marriage and they are so easy you can start changing your relationship today. You'll learn: Why and how to look at your partner...

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It Takes One To Make a Marriage

It Takes One To Make a Marriage

By | Commitment, Creating More Passion in Marriage, Healthy Marriage, Marriage, Sexy Marriage | No Comments

It takes two to tango- a common expression and actually literally true.  You cannot tango by yourself. However, when it comes to marriage, each partner has a lot of power to make a positive impact on the marriage and on each other.   Personally, I want my wife to be willing to grow and improve and be the best wife she can possibly be. However, I do not ever want to put myself in a position where I am waiting for…

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From Getting Divorced to Madly In Love

From Getting Divorced to Madly In Love: How This Couple Did It

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“There is a 90% chance that I will file for divorce.”   That is what Anna (I changed the name for confidentiality reasons) said when her husband was a few minutes late to their couples appointment.  Then she continued, “It has to be his way or the highway. I don’t feel like I have a voice in this marriage.” She was looking for apartments to move out unbeknownst to him at the time.  This was our second session together. I…

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Why people divorce

The real reasons why people divorce

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I was at the gym the other day and my accountant friend asked me if the biggest reason why people divorce is due to money. Of course, that is the world my accountant friend lives in.  I do not know if that means that a substance abuse counselor might think divorce is due mostly to drugs and that a tantric sex educator would think divorce is due mainly to sex. I do hear that a lot though- people say that…

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How to recover from infidelity

How to recover from infidelity

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When I meet with couples (or individuals) who are needing help to recover from infidelity there are 2 questions I get asked all the time… How will I ever get over infidelity? And how long will it take me recover? Watch this video I created for you about how to recover from infidelity and thrive again as a couple. What does thriving after infidelity look like?  I cover this in-depth in the video. The number one piece of advice I…

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Infidelity- When Is It Time To Move On?

Infidelity- When Is It Time To Move On?

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5 Scenarios that May Tip the Scale Towards Saying Goodbye Last week, I wrote an article about when it makes sense for the betrayed partner to stay engaged in the relationship after infidelity.   Most of the couples that see me end up not only together but having a deeper and more connected relationship than before the affair. As I have said many times, this is not to say that cheating is a good thing; it is not.  However, with…

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Infidelity- When Does It Make Sense to Stay

Infidelity- When Does It Make Sense to Stay? The Necessary Seven Conditions

By | Commitment, Communication, Healing, Infidelity, Intimacy, Love advice, Marital Problems, Marriage Advice | One Comment

We are hearing about it all the time in the media- politicians, celebrities- infidelity is rampant and is as painful as it is rampant.   Maybe you have experienced it either as one who was betrayed or the one who betrayed. I have many couples each week that I work with on this painful problem and most of the time there is ambivalence on the part of the betrayed partner.  Should I stay or should I go?  This article is discussing…

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How to overcome your dysfunctional family

Break Free and Overcome Your Dysfunctional Family

By | Dysfunctional Family, Family Problems, Family Relationships, family Roles, Family Therapy | No Comments

The ability to break free and overcome our dysfunctional families is within your power. Watch this short video I created for where I give you hope that it is possible to break free from the chains that are holding you back from being your authentic self.    If you took over the role of care-taking as a child or find yourself choosing partners as an adult who need to be taken care of you'll want to watch this video.  ...

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Dysfunctional Families and Reverse Parenting

Dysfunctional Families and Reverse Parenting

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Dysfunctional Families and Reverse Parenting When the Child Becomes the Caretaker In some families, one or both parents are too stressed, immature or ill to be the calming and effective parents that the children truly need.    In order to feel secure, children need to experience their parents as big people so that they can be freed up to be the small people they really are.  But not all children are fortunate to have this deserved experience. Some find themselves...

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Bring the Best Out of Others

Relationship Mastery: Bring the Best Out of Others

By | Family Relationships, Relationships | No Comments

You are a powerful interpersonal center of influence.   It only takes ONE in a relationship to bring the best out of others.  It doesn’t matter if this is a personal or a more casual relationship.  You have the power. In other words, you have the ability to affect others in both negative and positive ways.  You are not a neutral force; it is impossible to be neutral.  Think of a time when you were at a social event and there…

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