By Michelle Ingrosso M.S.Ed. Language is how we connect in our relationships and social lives.  We use it to seduce, argue, and to propose and confirm a marriage. Language is what allows us to interact with others, allows us to convey ideas, influence the mental states, and behavior of others. Within our romantic relationships, we…

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By Ronit Horowitz Ph D, L.M.F.T Our children are the most sacred part of our lives. From the moment they are born, our lifelong mission becomes to protect them, guide them, and fill their lives with infinite joy. During a divorce, however, their joy is—at times—shattered …and their world is completely changed. Our mission, as…

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By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW   We’ve all had our fair share of bad relationships, but some just might be worth saving. If you’re in the midst of a difficult relationship but aren’t quite ready to throw in the towel, here “The Three C’s” that could help you out. 1. Communicate Communication is one…

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By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW     Before you can get out of a toxic relationship, you have to admit you are in one. There are red flags of destructive relating; here are seven questions to ask yourself: 1. Can you be yourself with your partner? 2. Is your partner critical of you, constantly…

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