February 2011

Can Therapy Help Me?

 Most of us are willing to seek professional help for physical ailments, be they high blood pressure, diabetes, broken bones, allergies, or other medical issues. But when it comes to a broken or wounded heart, many of us hope and pray that our problems will go away on their own. We settle for talking to our […]

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Is Your Relationship Over?

By Aly Walansky Mary Pender Greene, NYC psychotherapist and relationship expert advises, “The presence of any one of these signs shouldn’t cause you to run out and call the whole thing off.  But if any of these situations sound familiar, ask yourself if you’re really into this guy.  Or are you dragging out a bad

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Valentine’s Day…Often filled with Big Disappointments and Sadness that Lingers

 Year after year my therapy practice gets a big boost right after the holiday. Some blame it on Hallmark cards and the media. Despite the fact that Americans spend nearly 14 billion dollars on Valentine’s Day, many people report feeling disappointed and sometimes even devastated on Valentine’s Day. This is often due to 3 things—unrealistic expectations, an inability

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Should You Break Up?

By Kori Ellis If your relationship seems to be going nowhere, it’s better to end it sooner rather than later. Knowing for sure that it’s time to break up isn’t always easy, though. Check for these telltale signs that you are in a dead-end relationship. Any sort of change in life is difficult, and breaking

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Find Love & Happiness

By Kori Ellis If you’re drifting from one dead-end relationship to the next, some self assessment is necessary before you can find a happy, healthy relationship. Finding love can be a lot easier if you understand what you need to be happy. Take a break. You don’t need to have a man in your life

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