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Can You Love Too Much?

By | October 3rd, 2017|Couples Counseling, Individual Counseling, Intimacy|

Do  You Love too Much? Do you love too much? Are you the type who gives your all only to find yourself feeling unwanted, unappreciated and depleted? Perhaps your partner gets irritated when you love too much, and wants you to back off. Maybe you get messages that you are just too much – that [...]

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Dealing with Loneliness in Marriage

By | August 31st, 2017|Anxiety therapy, Depression Counseling, Family of Origin Counseling|

Dealing with Loneliness in Marriage   Dealing with loneliness in marriage  is one of the most frequent goals I hear from those seeking couples counseling. Perhaps you have felt lonely in your marriage when your partner is on the phone with business issues during family time; too busy with social commitments or too tired and [...]

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Food and Relationships – How You Eat is How You Relate

By | August 24th, 2017|Couples Counseling, Individual Counseling, Intimacy, relationship issues|

Food and Relationships  How you eat is how you relate Food and relationships are intertwined in the most intricate and intimate ways. Your eating style is probably the biggest single determining factor in how you interact with your romantic partner. If you devour your food with an insatiable appetite, then it’s likely you try to [...]

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Obsessive Passion Leads to Anxiety, Depression and Burnout

By | August 15th, 2017|Depression Counseling, Family of Origin Counseling, stress|

Obsessive Passion Leaves You Empty and Unsatisfied Is obsessive passion driving you when you check your partner’s Facebook page or text messages? When you lose weight and tone up to look more attractive to your partner, is it because you are obsessed with being desired or passionate about being the best you can be? Then [...]

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The Malignant Narcissist Cycles from Being Bully to Being a Victim

By | August 2nd, 2017|Insecurity Counseling|

The Malignant Narcissist Cycles Between Being a Victim and Being a Bully The malignant narcissist has both the thin and thick skin attributes of other narcissists. If a malignant narcissist is not treated as valued and special, then they take on the victim position. The lack of adulation risks their very existence because of their [...]

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Thick Skinned Narcissists Cover up Feelings of Inadequacy

By | July 27th, 2017|Insecurity Counseling|

Thick skinned narcissists Thick skinned narcissists are highly insecure and fearful for their safety. Their main insecurities center around being incompetent and inadequate. So they develop their thick skins by never allowing any information that exposes their human flaws to penetrate their fragile egos. Thick skinned narcissists are masters at defending themselves by deflecting their [...]

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Thin Skin Narcissists Operate on Passive Aggressive Rage

By | July 21st, 2017|Anger Issues, Anger Management Counseling, Insecurity Counseling|

Thin Skin Narcissists Operate on Rage and Passive Aggression Thin skin narcissists are highly sensitive, envious and insecure. They react instantly to any observation about them that isn’t superlative. They tend to withdraw and treat others as potentially hostile and dangerous, and likely to victimize them. Thin skin types feel enormous shame when they are [...]

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Marriage Stress and Inflammation in Your Body

By | July 12th, 2017|couples therapy, stress|

Marriage Stress and Inflammation In the Body Stress in her marriage was a regular burden for twenty-nine-year old homemaker Lexi. Arguing with Finn, her thirty-two-year old IT consultant husband about household chores was a daily occurrence. She wanted him to help her and take on more duties, while he felt that he wasn’t appreciated for [...]

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Complicated Grief Therapy

By | July 5th, 2017|Grief Counseling|

Complicated Grief Therapy Complicated grief hit Adam like a thunderbolt one Saturday evening when his stepmother called and told him that his father was dying.  Adam had hated his abusive father all his life – but now he was terrified of losing his dad.  He longed for his father to acknowledge and apologize for his [...]

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Is Marriage After an Affair Possible?

By | June 29th, 2017|Affair Recovery Counseling|

Is Marriage After an Affair Possible? If so what kind of marriage would it be? Those were the questions 35 year-old Neil wondered after his 32 year-old wife Monica discovered his infidelity. She had idolized her husband, believing that he was most reliable and trustworthy person one could hope to meet. In fact she had [...]

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