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Pass the Popcorn… and Get Some Movie Therapy!

Researchers were stunned to discover that divorce rates for newlyweds cut by more than half by couples watching movies about relationships and discussing them afterwards. But not just any relationship

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CBS New York: Online Couples Therapy

Online Couples Therapy is a Growing Phenomenon. As seen on CBS News New York. 5 years ago Couples Therapy Inc. was a featured website on CBS News. Now with COVID-19, you’ll need a couples therapy

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Sexual Desire Differences: Different Sex Drives in Marriage

“You are OVER-sexed!” ”You are UNDER-sexed!” But isn’t one of you always either high or low desire? Sometimes this role shifts at different periods of the marriage, or after one or the other

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Negative Sentiment Override: Why it all feels so Hopeless

Is Your Relationship “Hopeless?” It really feels that way for most of my couples, and I can tell you why: It’s called “Negative Sentiment Override” (NSO). It’s when

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Marriage in the Movies: Boyhood

Hopefully, some time soon, you will go out and see an almost 3 hour movie about nothing in particular, and everything that’s meaningful to being human. “Boyhood” took 12 years to make,

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Portrait of a Marriage – Wounds that Won’t Heal

This is first in a series entitled: Portraits of a MarriageIndividual Problems in Marriage CounselingIn relationships, sometimes the way a couple relates is the problem, and the therapist's job is to

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