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Ensure Your Relationship Against a Loss of Intimacy and Commitment!

By | July 24th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, separation counseling|

Faye often fantasized about leaving and finding a more responsive partner. She imagined a more loving and thankful man who valued her empathy, her consideration and her willingness to give him space to fulfill his ambition. That’s what she had hoped to get from Kyle, but that was now a lost cause. Faye found herself getting irritable with Kyle, finding fault with him just for breathing and avoiding any physical contact. Their relationship had become a tension filled balloon about to burst as it ran out of air!

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How to do your thing without risking rejection from loved ones

By | February 14th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, relationship issues, separation counseling|

If you are torn between being yourself but risking the rejection of loved ones in the process then you are stressed and it may come out in the form of lower back pain, reflecting unbearable burdens that you can't deal with. Discover how to find your power and strength to be yourself, grow and develop while hanging onto your relationships, provided you are up for some changes in the nature of the relationship.

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Is your relationship break up permanent or just a shift in gears?

By | January 15th, 2012|Anxiety therapy, Breakups and Separation, Intimacy, separation counseling|

Is your relationship really breaking up or just shifting to accommodate changing needs in order to survive? Discover the three myths about breaking up and learn about the three truths about relationship breakups that allow you to maintain and improve the connections after the initial shock.

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How to express hurt and feel better!

By | September 10th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, separation counseling|

Pretending you aren't hurt when things go wrong in your relationships may make you feel strong in the moment. But suppressed and denied hurt turns into hostile contempt and wish for revenge- the ideal recipe for breakups and divorce. Learn how to express your hurt without being accusatory or punishing. Make room for feeling better and more connected when you have given your hurt it's rightful voice.

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How to avoid the same mistakes after a break up

By | January 13th, 2011|Anxiety therapy, Intimacy, relationship issues, separation counseling|

Relationship Advice Tips By Dr. Jeanette Raymond, Ph.D. Announcing a divorce is shocking and painful Gerald came home after a business trip and announced to Beatrice that he wanted a divorce.  The shock of it made Beatrice stop breathing for a few seconds. She froze in a state of complete disbelief. For a moment there [...]