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Craig Lambert Couples Therapy
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Is there #jealousy in your #relationship? Here are 10 tips to help manage the green-eyed monster: http://ow.ly/HGLL30e8040
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Jealousy is a complex emotion that often finds its way into my office as the key concern a couple presents. In the first of a two-part series, I explore what jealousy is and its seven primary causes:

http://craiglamberttherapy.com/the-green-eyed-monster-understanding-jealousy-in-your-relationship/
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"New research suggests that doing something that makes you both laugh could be the key to relationship success."

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/02/10/laugh-together-relationship-couples_n_14677638.html
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A recent article int he Independent lists 15 things to know before getting married. I frequently work with premarital couples to prepare them for such challenges. If you or someone you know is engaged or recently married, PM me to learn more about PREPARE + ENRICH and premarital education.

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/marriage-relationship-advice-facts-everyone-should-know-a7577986.html
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My mother used to tell me that men were pretty dumb because it’s so easy and simple to please a woman. It's also been said that men are stupid and women are crazy - and the reason women are crazy is because men are so stupid. Yet somehow, we men have not figured this out.

Now, Dr. John Gottman - an American psychologist world-renowned for his work on marital stability and divorce prediction - weighs in on the matter. He says that whether a relationship will work in the long run comes down to whether the man is trustworthy. Can she feel safe that he will be there for her, does he listen, is he attentive, engaged and present in the relationship – or does he tend to zone out?

What do you think?

http://ow.ly/Rhyz309go90
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A recent study by the Marriage Foundation (UK) confirmed what marriage educators all know: "date nights" are crucial for nurturing your relationship. Yet with our busy day-to-day lives, many couples table date nights. My suggestion: schedule it at least once a month! That means taking out your calendars, picking a date, and sticking to it. Take turns planning planning the date. And, by all means, find a sitter to leave the little ones at home. This is time meant for the two of you!

http://www.marriagefoundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/MF-paper-Date-Nights-Sep-2016-1.pdf
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Your relationship can not only make you happier, but healthier. Check out this article describing six ways relationships can benefit your health:

http://www.realsimple.com/health/preventative-health/relationship-good-for-health?xid=soc_socialflow_twitter_realsimple
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Marriage education not only prepares partners for the challenges and opportunities of married life, it enriches the premarital or newlywed stage. Partners deepen their relationship, making them even more excited to commit to each other for life.

Learn more at http://craiglamberttherapy.com/premarital-education/
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Did you see this NYT article on "Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person?" A thoughtfully written piece, but couples can successfully address pessimism and negativity in a relationship. PM me if you'd like to know more!

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/29/opinion/sunday/why-you-will-marry-the-wrong-person.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share&_r=0
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