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Problems usually start out small. But over time, they snowball. Walls go up and trust goes down. Conversations become transactional. You feel like roommates.

That’s when you need outside help, so you can get back to feeling close and connected, and start having fun again. Because when your marriage is good, your life is good.

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We have a new lease on life. We have more connection in our marriage than we’ve ever had. We only wish we’d gone to marriage counseling ten years ago.


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18231388_s Yesterday I asked some clients how long we say “Happy New Year!” They said probably til the end of January, or almost. That’s a good answer. Another answer is as long as that feeling of shiny new possibilities lasts. You know, that feeling of turning the page. Getting a fresh start. A chance for do-overs. Why not catch the moment before it fades? Decide on one thing about your relationship to let go of for 2015? Just toss it out along with the 2014 calendar! But wait Claire, aren’t you always saying that resentments have to be worked through? And if you try to ignore them they’ll build up and fester? I’m not talking about core relationship issues that you do need to work on together. I’m talking about

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“Our relationship I would say is wonderful. It’s thriving. I look at relationships as, Are you dying, are you surviving, or are you thriving? I would say we’re in the thriving category…”

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“Claire helped us fortify our communication. As our family grows, we can communicate about small, daily things and things that are really important. For example, we decided to move across the state and start life anew…”

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