Tag Archives: preventing divorce

Divorce season is almost here. Don’t get caught by surprise.

January is divorce season. I know this is a harsh reality.  Right now, this is the time of year when most people are thinking of the upcoming holiday menus, shopping lists and time with family. But for my practice, it is the calm before the storm. January is our busiest time of year. Some of […]

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Men: The Rules of Marriage Have Changed

You’ve suddenly found yourself being told by your wife that your marriage is over.  She doesn’t love you anymore. You are stunned. You still love her very much and you thought things were fine.  Yes, you have had your arguments but you had no idea she would consider it so bad she would want to […]

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A Marriage Counselor’s Secret Confession

I’ve been married 25 years.  I’ve devoted my life and career to helping people save their marriages.  I constantly train in the latest modalities and theories to better equip my clients, which also better equips my own relationship.  I’m pro marriage and I hate divorce.  And yet…. Sometimes I fantasize about divorcing my husband. A […]

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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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Not Sure If You Want To Stay Married Or Get Divorced?

This is a BIG decision with long term consequences. There is a lot to consider. Should you go? Can you afford to divorce?  The average costs in the US for a divorce today is somewhere just under $20,000.  I’ve heard of people doing it for much less but only if everyone agrees on the details […]

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Divorce Your Marriage NOT Your Spouse!

If you aren’t happy in your marriage what have you done to fix it?  If you are like most people, you have complained to your spouse.  Good for you!  Complaining is the appropriate first step.  But what else have you tried?  Have you asked your spouse to go to counseling?  I hope you have.  If […]

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