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Love in the time of COVID.

Rumor of increasing divorce rates  due to COVID 19 are not very well documented; so I will not exaggerate them here. However, we can guess that there will be additional pressures on couples and families. Existing problems are likely to … Continue reading

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Is the Winter coming?

Do healthy marriages have ‘seasons’?   If so, what does Winter look like?  Is this the time when ruts are ruts, passion is cool, and comfortable is just, well….boring? Does commitment cause cooling in a relationship? Is it possible after … Continue reading

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Talk, before there's trouble…

What is predictable is that all marriages will have difficult times. Asking for help early is a predictor of success in couples counseling. Continue reading

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After the Honeymoon

Sam was a brilliant businessman, intellect and romantic. He married Tia, a lovely aspiring singer, taking her to a beautiful, remote spot in a foreign land to propose. It literally mirrored a scene from a movie they saw together when … Continue reading

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