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Are Conflicts with In-Laws Pushing You Over the Edge? Here Are Some Tips For Dealing with Your Partner’s Parents

“The overbearing mother-in-law” is a cliche for a reason. In therapy we see the same problems arise again and again. Even seemingly small issues can be detrimental to your relationship with your partner if they fester and are never addressed. Here are some common patterns...

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EMDR: The Trending Technique Helping Trauma Survivors Reprocess Painful Memories

One day in 1987 American psychologist Dr. Francine Shapiro was on a walk when she noticed her eyes rapidly moving side to side as she recalled a distressing memory. Her negative emotions seemed to dissipate as her eyes darted back and forth. By combining classical...

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Do Significant Others Have to Live Together?

It’s no mystery why relationship problems emerge from the woodwork when partners suddenly find themselves under the same roof. The discovery of odd habits, incompatible approaches to clutter, and the simple struggle to meld daily routines can shine a spotlight on certain differences that never...

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Relationships in Quarantine: Solid Communication and Carving Self Space Can Keep Things Copacetic

As the COVID-19 global pandemic sweeps the globe, stay-at-home orders are being extended from weeks to months. With all non-essential workers telecommuting or taking a break for the foreseeable future, couples are being forced to function under the same roof with little reprieve. At first,...

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Sex Therapy Recommendations for Individuals

Social stigma towards therapy and counseling has existed for a very long time. But in recent years, therapy has gained more positive recognition for its health benefits. Sex therapy is definitely one of the most stigmatized types of therapy in society today. But people seek...

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Couples’ Therapy Advice on Moving in Together

For most couple’s, it seems like moving in together is a natural and easy decision to make. Although, some beg to differ. You see, conventional marriages before the 21st century rarely had this problem. Most couples moved in together only after they said their “I...

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How to Survive a Divorce

If you’re reading this, it’s probably too late. Too late to say I’m sorry. Too late for them to show that they cared. But, there’s hope at the end of this battle called “divorce.” In this day and age, lots of couples in long-term relationships...

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Tips on How to Make Her Come

By this time in your adult life, you’re probably well aware that both females and males can achieve sexual climax. For some women, it might seem like a myth because some have failed to reach that so-called “orgasmic state” in their lifetime. Well, we’re here...

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Signs That You’re in a Rebound Relationship

A romantic break up is usually an emotional rollercoaster. Depending on how amicable the parting was, break ups can be very emotional and painful. We all have to go through a painful break up at least once in our lives. But what happens when we...

Sexual Needs and Desires: Am I Normal?

A lot of patients believe that their sexual problems are solely their own. Sure, we’re all unique in our way. Everyone has a different upbringing and unique experiences in life. Although, you might be surprised at how many individuals share the same type of sexual...

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