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Sex, Intimacy, & Therapy

Sex, Intimacy, & Therapy

Sex & intimacy. You would think that couples know that most likely, when coming into therapy, I will be asking them about their sex life. It's always a surprise to see most couples look so taken back when I open up this conversation. Guess what? If you are coming...

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Emotional pain leaves no bruises…but it hurts.

Emotional pain leaves no bruises…but it hurts.

How do you take care of those bruises? You can’t touch them, you can’t see them, you can’t comfort them. If you can’t see their tangibility and existence, how can others? How can the one standing across from you see the intensity with which you hurt? How can they know...

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Relationships and Expectations

Relationships and Expectations

Expectations are beliefs that something should happen. They can be small, or they can be intricate. The problem is that we rarely bring these expectations forth, and we rarely share them with each other…

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Postpartum Depression: A Step Further than the Baby Blues

Postpartum Depression: A Step Further than the Baby Blues

Your baby is finally in your arms, sleeping peacefully, with a slight smile that breathes happiness and comfort, and you can’t stop looking at her. Looking at every detail, noticing her lingering newborn scent, taking notice of the small details in her hands and feet....

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