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About Me

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  1. Adultery happens in some marriages. And both men and women are offenders. Are there specific traits that lend themselves towards committing adultery? Dr. Rick explores these traits and reasons why people cheat.
  2. We believe that marriages can be strong, healthy mature and loving. But it takes two to make it that way. One person can kill that off. And we also recognize that not all marriages are going to stay together, and some need to end as well. The choice to divorce in our opinion is not one the therapist makes, but must be the choice of the individuals in the marriage. Dr. Rick helps unpack things to consider before you choose divorce.
  3. Don't let challenges hurt your marriage. If you allow challenges to lead you toward a place of learning, then they can actually improve your marriage.
  4. Disconnection at times is a norm for relationships. Healthy relationships are intentional. However, left unresolved, issues, hurts and pains can lead to a feeling of distance and deep disconnection. What we call a lack of Us! What can you do to reconnect when disconnected?
  5. If you aren’t careful, your assumptions about your spouse can kill your relationship.
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