All posts by Daniel Dashnaw

Why Married Men Cheat

So You Want to Know Why Married Men Cheat? When I researched this question, I discovered lots of useless opinions and dubious surveys. I thought our readers might want to learn what some new higher quality,

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Depression and Relationships

What Depression and Marital Conflict Have in Common Depression and relationships are a growing area of research in science-based couples therapy. When your spouse is depressed, depression and marital conflict

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Dysthymic Disorder and Marital Conflict

What is Dysthymic Disorder? Dysthymic Disorder is a relatively new way to understand a particular type of depressive behavior. There are 7 million Americans for whom the sun will not come up tomorrow.

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When Does Couples Therapy Fail?

When Does Couples Therapy Fail? When does couples therapy fail? What are the fluttering red flags that tell us there is trouble ahead? Couples therapy can help you communicate with skill, understand and

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Help! Weekly In-Person Couples Therapy is Not Working!

Weekly In-Person Couples Therapy is Not Working! Weekly in-person couples therapy may be fading in popularity. Let’s face it. Couples have more stuff to do than they have time to it. Recent research

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Building Couples Therapy Momentum After Your Intensive

The Big Mo…Why Momentum is Important Couples Therapy Inc. is one of the largest couples therapy practices of its kind. Our practice is international, and we speak 13 languages. We have worked with

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Marriage Problems Don’t Need Solutions

 Marriage Problems Don’t Need Solutions. Marriage problems are the reason couples enter in couples therapy. Most couples are looking for solutions and are surprised at first to hear that a skilled

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How to Bicker with Skill

How To Bicker With Skill Do you know how to bicker with skill? With all this science-based couples therapy floating around, good marital bickering is becoming a lost art. That’s really unfortunate

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Separation…Science and Speculation

The Lure of Separation For many distressed couples, separation may seem like a good idea. And our culture avidly supports this notion. I have seen websites by All-Purpose Therapists singing the praises

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The Four-Letter Word You Aren’t Saying Often Enough

My clients know that I don’t shy away from using four-letter words. But there is a valuable four letter word you probably aren’t saying often enough. Instead, you might use other four-letter

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