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TERRI DIMATTEO, LPC HAS CONTRIBUTED AS A RELATIONSHIP AND INFIDELITY EXPERT IN NUMEROUS MEDIA PUBLICATIONS INCLUDING NEWSWEEK, THE TODAY SHOW, PSYCH CENTRAL, THE MUSE, YAHOO! LIFE. PRINCETON PERSPECTIVES and more.
Dealing with Incompatible Love Languages in Relationships
Are love languages even real? Are they enough to base our relationships on them? Does love language compatibility even exist? Are there incompatible love languages? That’s what psychology and science have been arguing for decades
How to Repair a Relationship After Cheating Parents
It’s one of the most devastating things that can happen in a relationship — finding out your partner has cheated on you. If you’re able to move past the initial hurt, betrayal, and even anger, there is still the question of whether or not you can repair the relationship.
How to Keep the Spark in Your Relationship Despite the Pandemic
Ah, romance! It is a beautiful part of a life filled with mystery, excitement, tender kisses, stolen glances, and loving feelings. But did you feel it drifting away – or even coming to a complete halt – during the pandemic? We were all jolted into a new reality that put our lives in constant flux, filled our days with uncertainty, struggles, and restriction. As a result, romance is likely set aside or has become a distant memory.
5 Questions Your Partner Asks That Mean They Want to Break Up, Therapists Say
Communication is the key to any great relationship, so keep that conversation flowing. As Natalie Jones, PsyD, a licensed therapist in California, explains on her website, asking questions is an essential part of that communication.
How to Get Over a Broken Heart
No one is immune to heartache. Whether it’s the end of a relationship, a loved one passing away, or any other type of devastating news, it feels like our world has come crashing down.And while time is often said to be the best healer, that can be easier said than done.
How to Ask Someone Out on a Date
You’ve met someone you’re interested in, and you’d like to ask them out on a date. But you’re not sure how to go about it.You want to make sure that you put your best foot forward and come across as confident but still respectful, and you definitely don’t want to screw it up!
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Gifts for Your Child During Frightening Times: Reassure, Comfort, Care and Closeness
Our primary role as a parent is to keep our children safe. And, we do a fine job of this. Each of us takes precautions not only to directly insure their safety but we also teach them ways to keep themselves safe from harm.