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Michelle and Barak Obama use marriage counseling to keep their relationship healthy

Can Marriage Counseling Help Your Relationship? It Helped Michelle Obama’s.

Couples don’t always realize the damage they do to their marriage when they don’t talk through their problems. They hold back from expressing negative feelings such as anger, fear, and disappointment. When couples let unexpressed negative feelings accumulate, they unwittingly build  is a wall between them. Each time an unresolved conflict goes unaddressed, a brick […]

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Sneak preview: Takeaways from our Couples Retreats you can use *Right Now*

My husband, Jerry and I help couples heal their relationships, most often in a two- day, private retreat format. There are specific benefits all couples receive, regardless of the reason that initially brought them to us. Some couples come to stop their relationship from the slide into further deterioration. Others want us to guide their […]

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Create a Relationship You Love

Welcome. We’re excited you are here. Make yourself at home. roam around, and gather some helpful information. We launched our blog to begin a conversation about relationships in the 21st Century. We want to build a community of people who want to be crazy in love with their relationship. We hope that together we can […]

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Marriage Counseling Can Transform Your Relationship

A Marriage Counseling Retreat Can Transform Your Relationship Marriage and Couples Counseling can be successful given the right ingredients: readiness, right timing, and resonance with a marriage counselor (and better yet, a counselor couple) who is experienced, knowledgeable, and highly skilled. Private intensive weekend retreats with the right mix of elements can be even more […]

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Benefits of Couples Counseling Retreat with a PhD Husband-Wife Team

We’re all human. Well, most of us. Invariably, during an intensive couples counseling retreat, Jerry and I exchange not-so-secret smiles of acknowledgment when one partner starts riffing about an ultra-annoying habit of the other. Think crinkling candy wrappers during movies, open-mouth chewing, fidgeting, fiddling, finger-tapping, incessant sighing, yelling from another room,  not making eye contact, […]

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