Author Archives: Angela Winslow

75% of married women believe sex is very important!

http://yourlife.usatoday.com/sex-relationships/marriage/story/2012-02-06/75-of-married-women-say-sex-is-very-important/52993576/1?loc=interstitialskip Married sex is almost never portrayed on tv and in movies mainly because it involves emotional intimacy and connection beyond the infatuation stage (first two years) that’s difficult to capture on film.  So what keeps sex alive? Most women … Continue reading

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From Crisis to Healing

Working with couples in therapy immediately after the discovery of an infidelity first requires crisis management along with a plan for healing. In the safety of the office feelings of both partners must be explored and acknowledged. A recounting of … Continue reading

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Musings on cohabitation

I ran across an article in the Journal of Family Psychology indicating that couples who live together before  marriage  are more likely to get divorced than couples who don’t move in together.  At first glance I thought that this makes … Continue reading

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