All posts by Daniel Dashnaw

The Strange History of Divorce in Nevada and the Vices of Men

Nevada gets its name from the Sierra Nevada mountain range, which it shares with California. … Because of the state’s abundant growth of wild sage, the state is known as the “Sagebrush

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5 Stages of Couples Therapy for Infertility

Couples Therapy for Infertility I’ve written earlier about what a profound stressor the transition to parenthood can be on a marriage. But research time and again tells us that infertility is a

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2 Success Secrets of Millennials and Marriage

Millennials and Marriage Millennials and marriage…the millennial generation is having a profound impact on U.S. divorce statistics. Americans are fond of naming their generations. There was the

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19 Vital Topics to Discuss in Interfaith Couples Counseling

Interfaith Couples Counseling…An Often Neglected Niche in Couples Therapy Is interfaith couples counseling even relevant to our modern pluralistic society? According to a recent Pew Research Center

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Is It Ever Too Late To Save A Marriage?

Is It Ever Too Late to Save a Marriage? People often ask me “is it ever too late to save a marriage?” Another question I get a lot is “What happens if after reading our Big Big Book

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Couples Therapy for One

Couples Therapy for One Is there such a thing as Couples Therapy for One? I didn’t use to think so…until I recently spent four days training with one of my couples therapy heroes, Michele

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The 1 Conflict Resolution Skill in Marriage Skill Only One of You Needs to Have

What is the Critical Conflict Resolution Skill in Marriage? New research confirms something we sort of already knew. Conflict resolution skill in marriage is essential for success. But because of new research,

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Serial Infidelity and Personality Disorders

Serial Infidelity and Personality Disorders Research has correlated serial infidelity and personality disorders. To be specific, three personality disorders; Narcissism, Borderline Personality Disorder,

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Unsupportive Spouse Depression

Unsupportive Spouse Depression Believing that you have an unsupportive Spouse has been identified as a primary source of Depression. New research shows that partners who believe that they have unsupportive

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5 Money Problems in a Marriage that are Top Predictors of Divorce

Money Problems in a Marriage The way you handle money problems in a marriage is the number 1 predictor of divorce according to a recent study. In addition to this new scientific research, a recent informal

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