Tag Archives: Marriage

Pet Peeves in Relationships

Everyone has an internal blueprint or plan on how a household should be put together and how a family should operate.  For instance:  one person may prefer keeping a sponge to the left side of the sink.  Their partner may … Continue reading

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It’s Not Always Fair!

Every person is an individual, with distinct needs, strengths and weaknesses.  The happiest couples are learning more everyday about who their partner is, and what makes them happy.  And they take action, at least some of the time, to do … Continue reading

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How to Make your Marriage Thrive!

Couples in trouble are usually wondering what to do to make their marriage really thrive. In couples therapy they are learning new ways to communicate, ways to repair damaged trust, hurt feelings and resentment. But, it’s also helpful to find … Continue reading

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Emotional Arguments & Explosions

I’ve been working with a lot of couples over the years.  One of the most common concerns they bring up are arguments that get too aggressive.  Spouses end up getting emotionally hurt, upset and angry.  While conflicts are a given … Continue reading

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