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Infidelity – Hurtful, But Not Hopeless.

Infidelity – Hurtful, But Not Hopeless.

While it is understandable that stepping out of a relationship to be with another person is one  of the most painful and threatening exits from the commitment, it is not necessarily a one way path to break-up or divorce.  If the couple will put in effort to […]

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Couples – Listen up!

Couples - Listen up!

Communication is a major issue brought into couples therapy and focusing on the style of expressing and listening helps couples connect. In a Ted Talk, Julian Treasure, a sound engineer who advises businesses, stated that “we are losing our listening” in the crowded, noisy, distraction filled world […]

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Conflict in Couples Offers Clues for Change

Conflict in Couples Offers Clues for Change

Most couples enter couples therapy as a result of unresolved conflict. Stated reasons for explosions may be as small as a dish in the sink or a delay in texting. But the thoughts, feelings and responses these minor actions trigger paint a far bigger picture of unmet […]

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Couples: Put the Scorecard Down for a Win – Win

Couples:  Put the Scorecard Down for a Win – Win

In a recent NY Times column, a couples therapist wrote, “There is danger in wanting a partner to change too much.”  In my own experience in working with couples, the “danger” or unlikelihood of improving the relationship may result when one partner believes that the other needs […]

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Joan Warren, LMFT

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