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Randi Gunther


If We Weren't Already Married, Would You Choose Me Again?

Randi Gunther | September 17, 2014 | Fifty
When I deal with married couples facing difficulties in their relationship, I know that the key to help them effectively resolve their current problem lies in finding the core of love they felt for each other when they began their relationship. If they can revisit the reasons they originally chose each other, they will automatically be more motivated to triumph over their current distress.
Tammy Bleck


You Can Never Get Enough Sex. Until Now

Tammy Bleck | September 17, 2014 | Fifty
I got to thinking; how many kinds of sex are there? Oh, come on, you know you were wondering too! Let us begin.
Kate Fisher


The Wedding That Broke My Heart

Kate Fisher | September 17, 2014 | Divorce
I perused their wedding album countless times, but on one occasion I paused and flipped back through the pages, eagerly looking for my myself in their pictures, any picture. 'Why can't I remember what I wore that day? Was I a flower girl?'
Martin Zabell


Divorce American Style Is Changing

Martin Zabell | September 17, 2014 | Divorce
The concept of a divorce party and the details of some of the events can make the honoree and the guests sound hedonistic and in denial of a truly sad event, but relationship therapists sometimes recommend and encourage them because they can be therapeutic.