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Problem Gambling and Marital Conflict

Problem Gambling Problem gambling and marital conflict are certainly not on the minds of the construction workers in Springfield hard at work to finish the MGM Grand Casino by the summer of 2018. Casino

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Depression and Relationships

Why Researchers are Studying Depression and Relationships Revised 12/30/19 Depression and relationships are a growing area of research in science-based couples therapy. When your spouse is depressed, depression

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Dysthymic Disorder and Marital Conflict

What is Dysthymic Disorder? Revised 1/1/20 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

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Postpartum Depression and Marital Conflict

Postpartum Depression… What is it? Revised 12/22/19 Postpartum Depression (PPD) is a severe mood disorder that may occur in the first few months after giving birth. It has also been known to happen

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Gaslighting and Marital Conflict

How to Recognize Gaslighting in a Relationship: 8 Steps Here we focus on first defining gaslighting in a relationship and then teach you how to stop it. We aren’t saying you can, because, in an extreme

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Confessions of a Passive-Aggressive Husband

I Confess… I am a Passive Aggressive Husband Revised 12/30/19 I have a confession to make. I am a passive-aggressive husband. I am not proud of it.  And, as a couples therapist, I am not particularly

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Borderlines in Couples Therapy

Borderlines in couples therapy can be very challenging. Many couples therapists dread working with clients suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is an unfortunately

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Bipolar Marriage Breakdown: Bipolar Disorder and Marital Conflict

How Does Bipolar Affect Relationships? Preventing bipolar marriage breakdown is a spousal team effort. Bipolar Disorder if left untreated in adulthood often leaves a trail of poor interpersonal coping

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Symptoms of Childhood Trauma in Adulthood and It’s Impact on Marriage

Symptoms of Childhood Trauma in AdulthoodIt is said that we are products of our upbringing. Symptoms of childhood trauma in adulthood demonstrate that is true.There is no fact of human existence that resonates

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The Wisdom of a Broken Heart and Post-Traumatic Growth

What is the Wisdom of a Broken Heart? Revised 1/4/20 A broken heart might seem a strange topic for a Christmas Day blog post. But the holidays are a tough time for people with a broken heart. Is there

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