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Stop Gottman’s Four Horsemen from Ruining Your Marriage

Gottman’s research has shown that there are some patterns of interaction in a relationship that are very destructive to love: the four things that really destroy marriages.

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Dr. K

Dr. Kathy McMahon (Dr. K) is a clinical psychologist and sex therapist. She is also the founder and president of Couples Therapy Inc. Dr. K feels passionate about couples therapy and sex therapy and holds a deep respect towards those who invest in making their relationship better. She is currently conducting online and in person private couples retreats.

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  1. Hello,
    I am pleased to read about your online retreats!

    The relationship I am hoping to improve is with my adult son.

    I feel we both want a healthy relationship but can’t seem to find a bridge that connects us and brings us “closer”.

    As much as I try to educate myself and practice better communication, I feel my efforts are mocked and shot down by my son.

    He uses sarcasm a lot.

    Much like my ex husband did.

    Do you have any suggestions for how I could move forward?

    I await your reply.

    Joceline Dupuis

    1. My suggestion is to seek out family therapy. You can ask for extended sessions and see if the family therapist offers this. Our work with intimate couples only. -Dr. K

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