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Daters Need to Fight Destructive Messages

Tweet (My article appears in the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix Online (and print) in the September 11, 2009 edition) Dating success, like success in life, is often a function of our attitude. Carry optimism, hope and openness, and your … Continue reading

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The Death of Dating (In 140 Chars.)

Tweet (This article originally appeared in the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix Online’s August 14, 2009 edition.) I’m not mourning the death of the traditional dating experience quite yet, but I do see the heavy use of social media speeding … Continue reading

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Why You’re Likely to Marry Your Parent

A psychoanalytic perspective on how you bring parts of your relationship with your parents to your intimate relationship. Continue reading

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What single guys need to be doing, but aren’t yet

Tweet (This article I wrote also appears in the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix, October 10th edition) Every good general has a battle plan, and, if you’re like my former self, you’ve spent enough time alone waiting for the right … Continue reading

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Why Men Cheat

Tweet I was having a conversation with my business coach, Marco, and he was talking about this idea, which led me to seek out the article on (gasp!) Oprah.com. It’s interesting, and looks at the reasons behind why men cheat. … Continue reading

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How Online Pornography Affects Your Marriage, Part 2 – Interview with Leanne Grant, Ph.D

Tweet This post is the second in a series on dealing with how pornography affects marriages and relationships. Today’s post is an interview with Leanne Grant, Ph.D., who has worked with women who are affected by online pornography in their … Continue reading

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Your relationship…one foot in, one foot out

Tweet So you aren’t sure if you want this relationship. OK. Maybe it’s been really great for a while, and now you’re just not sure. You know you’re confused, that’s for sure. And you think you want to stay with … Continue reading

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On women: being loved, wanted and seen (Part One)

Tweet In celebration of Labor Day Weekend, I was reminded that relationships take a lot of work to succeed. My reaction was “Of course I know this,” and then I thought a little about it, and about what constitutes that … Continue reading

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Fear of rejection by women?

Tweet One of the things that I have been thinking about is how we play games to avoid the fear of being rejected by women. I notice this with some friends I have, and with some clients. The one way … Continue reading

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Recreating Our Own Bad Relationships (Over and Over Again)

Tweet I was working with a client, reminding myself that the way in which we recreate our own bad relationships leads us into trouble every time. Whether we are in a relationship, between relationships, or eternally single, I think that … Continue reading

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