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The Blame Game…Dangerous For Your Relationship!

The Blame Game…Dangerous For Your Relationship!

Stop the Blame Game to Improve Your Relationship When it comes to placing blame in a relationship, it’s almost always easier to see the faults in our partner than in ourselves. One of the problems with couples pointing fingers is that usually both parties are right, and […]

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The Miscommunication of Love

The Miscommunication of Love

(This blog post was written by Elisabeth Mandel, LMFT. Elisabeth is an Associate Therapist at our practice and specializes in working with couples.) There are many ways to say, “I love you.” Sometimes partners drift apart and the love that they share becomes neglected. Love is not […]

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Words of Wisdom from the Dalai Lama…

Words of Wisdom from the Dalai Lama…

I greatly admire the work and teachings of the Dalai Lama. He has explained that wisdom and compassion can be cultivated by deepening our understanding of what occurs around us – and we can become more compassionate by simply focusing our attention on compassion. Mindfulness helps us […]

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Thinking About Empathy…

Thinking About Empathy…

At a recent intensive weekend-long training for mediation here in New York City, my colleagues and I spent time discussing the subject of empathy. Marshall B. Rosenberg writes about this topic in his book entitled “Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life.” Empathy is a subject which I […]

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