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What Happy Couples Do: Argue

You are talking to your friend about your argument last night with your wife. After venting and beginning to feel a bit better, you ask him about the last time he and his wife argued. He can’t remember. In fact, in the past few years, he genuinely thinks they haven’t had a single fight. Sounds[…]

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 How Do You View The World?

Two people are in the middle of the exact same, seemingly boring and rote situation. Their phones have started buzzing because they got a message from someone. Both of them get up to look at their devices to see what the text says. They both look briefly, put the phone down, and resume what they[…]

Anxious About Your Relationship? 4 Signs It May Be Cheating

Check out my latest guest blog contribution on Anxiety.org on what constitutes cheating on your partner, which is more of a grey area than you might realize. https://www.anxiety.org/relationship-anxiety-4-signs-of-cheating?utm_campaign=shareaholic  

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4 Simple Steps To Improve Communication In Your Relationship

Are there certain things you feel like you avoid discussing with your spouse? Do you struggle to tell your partner when you feel upset, sad, regretful, irritated, or resentful? Have you noticed feeling emotionally distant in your relationship? Check out my latest blog post with one of the fabulous group therapy practice’s I work for,[…]

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Signs Your Relationship May Be In Trouble

Feeling disconnected from your partner? Worried your relationship may be in trouble? Check out my latest guest blog post for one of the amazing group therapy practices I work for, Christine Fernandez & Associates, on some key signs your relationship may need help. http://www.drchristinenyc.com/relationship/

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How To Survive A Break-Up The Series: Part II

Check out my latest guest blog post for the fabulous private practice I work with, Dr. Christine Fernandez & Associates. In Part II of this multi-part blog series, I continue to outline additional areas of importance to consider when trying to cope effectively with a break-up. http://www.drchristinenyc.com/breakup-part-2/

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How To Survive A Break-Up: The Series Part I

Having difficulty coping with a recent break-up? I have some advice for you in this multi-part series I am writing for the amazing group practice I work for: Christine Fernandez & Associates. Part I is about managing feelings after a break-up. Check it out below. http://www.drchristinenyc.com/breakup/

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There Is No One To “Complete” You

Still waiting on that perfect person to “complete” you? You might be waiting a long time. Check out my guest blogging article w/ the amazing practice I work for, Christine Fernandez & Associates, that addresses the importance of being a complete person before, during, and/or after a relationship. http://www.drchristinenyc.com/whole-person/