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Bad in the Bedroom? Let’s Talk About Sex.

Ever hear the phrase “The best way to stop having sex is to get married”? Clever, but it’s not too funny if you are living it. Has your wife told you kindly (or not so kindly) that you are a bad lover?  Or maybe she doesn’t say it but you aren’t having sex very often […]

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Is Your Husband Bad at Sex?

Without a doubt, women come in with this complaint way more often than men.  By the time I see the couple, the wife is exasperated and ready to talk but her husband is feeling humiliated and embarrassed.  He would rather get a root canal than discuss why his wife isn’t satisfied in the bedroom. The […]

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When Your Spouse Always Gets Their Way

There has been a flood of clients recently who have presented with similar situations: one spouse has taken control of the relationship from the other spouse. For each couple, the methods are different but the results are usually the same.  The spouse who relinquished control is angry, exhausted and wants out of the marriage. Not one […]

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Are They Really “Just Friends”?

“I am telling you, we are just friends! Why don’t you trust me?” Your gut tells you one thing, your partner tells you another. Explanations of all the incoming texts, the heavily guarded phone, and late night social media sessions don’t quite add up. Your partner is adamant there is nothing going on you should […]

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5 Reasons You Should Fight For Your Marriage

It is easy to lose hope when you are fighting for your marriage. Your spouse is telling you he/she isn’t in love with you.  They are clear in stating their desire for divorce or separation.  Your emotions are on a roller coaster and you have not seen any signs of softening in your spouse.  It is […]

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I Love You But…Getting Friend Zoned In Your Marriage

I love you but I’m not IN love with you. I doubt there is a marriage counselor anywhere who hasn’t heard the “I love you but…” statement more times than they could count.  Some days I think it is epidemic. In my practice, I find more women come in with this complaint than men, but […]

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