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Couples

Relationships with your Partner

In all the time I have worked with couples, I have never seen a relationship fail simply because of one person’s failings or shortcomings. Both people contribute to the break up of a relationship. To me, it only makes sense to look at our own contribution to the mix. Why? We are wasting our energy trying to get our partner to change. People pretty much are who they are and they do what they do until they, themselves, are ready to change.

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Couples

Five Steps out of Couple Conflict

Whenever it comes time for me to write a blog, I think back over the trends I’ve been seeing in my clients. Recently, I’ve had several couples with similar conflict-resolution

Couples

Wedding Stress: Is it Normal or a Red Flag?

Recently, I have heard several stories about brides having a difficult time planning the wedding they want. One story was about a mother who was trying to plan the wedding

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Couples

What is Love, Really?

Because there are so many levels of love, it can be difficult to define what love is. When someone says, “I love you,” how do you know what that really