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  • Good Relationship
    In a good relationship you feel: 1. Heard and understood. 2. Emotionally safe and secure. 3. Nurtured by affectionate attention. 4. Sexually desired and fulfilled. 5. Supported by unquestioned trust and commitment. Read more
  • BENIGN NEGLECT
    Benign neglect is what happens when you give your time, energy, and attention to everything else in your life except one another.A common example of benign neglect occurs in couples Read more
  • TOP TEN RULES FOR GOOD WIVES
    1. No cheating, ever. No way. No how. 2. Cut him some relationship slack. Most women are naturals at emotional intimacy while most men are learners. 3 Don't use sex as a Read more
  • TOP TEN RULES FOR GOOD HUSBANDS
    By Dr. Paul Moschetta 1. No cheating ever. No way. No how. 2. Give your wife the same kind of undivided attention you give your smartphone, golf swing or car. 3. Keep your Read more
  • PLAYING TOGETHER PART 2
    BY Drs. Evelyn and Paul Moschetta Many of the roommate couples who come for help have completely stopped playing together. In fact, not playing together is one of the reasons they Read more
  • PLAYING TOGETHER PART 1
    Sounds easy, right? Well maybe. If you look inside the lives of happy couples, you'll find partners who make sure they play together. Each may have an interest, sport, or Read more
  • TRUST IN RELATIONSHIP
    By Drs. Evelyn and Paul Moschetta In contemporary relationships which are lived from a survival consciousness, very often one partner places coercive expectations on the other. If I expect you to Read more
  • KEEP EACH OTHER NEW
    Keep Each Other New By Drs. Evelyn and Paul Moschetta Why is it that animals are so much more forgiving than humans? If you have ever had a dog or a cat Read more
  • PEN POWER
    There will be times when, because of lingering hurt and/or anger, opening up to one another feels especially difficult. You're both walking around with wounded egos. Maybe you feel more Read more
  • COMMUNICATION
    COMMUNICATION By Drs. Evelyn and Paul Moschetta All communication has two dimensions to it, process and content. The process component is more important than the content portion. If your process is good Read more
  • STAYING EMOTIONALLY IN SYNC
    "We can't communicate" is how most couples begin their first therapy session. They then proceed to demonstrate this fact by interrupting and talking over one another, not listening, blaming, attacking, Read more
  • 3 SURPRISING WAYS TO PREVENT DIVORCE
    By Drs. Evelyn and Paul Moschetta 1. See Your Partner The Way Your Dog Sees You. This means consciously looking at each other through doggie eyes. It means no blaming, judging, criticizing or controlling. It's Read more
  • CORE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ROOMMATES AND SOULMATE S PART 2
    Core differences between roommates and soul mates continue from Part 1 of the previous article. 3. Soul mates talk easily and openly with one another. Very little is left unsaid in a strong healthy Read more
  • CORE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ROOMMATES AND SOULMATE S PART 1
    The core differences between roommates and soul mates can be seen in how partners treat one another from day to day. The attitudes and behaviors they demonstrate shape how it Read more
  • SELF TRANSCENDING LOVE
    A CONVERSATION WITH DRS. PAUL AND EVELYN MOSCHETTA BY EARL MEAGAN FOR BRAIN WORLD MAGAZINE It’s fair to say that one doesn’t have to be married to realize how much hard work Read more
  • HOLDING BACK APART OF YOURSELF IN RELATIONSHIPS
    by Drs. Evelyn and Paul Moschetta  There are a lot of men and women who use self protection to avoid giving themselves fully in an intimate relationship, because they believe that Read more

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