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Happy Marriage With A Newborn

In Parenting, Relationships by srobirosaLeave a Comment

The moment we find out we are pregnant, priorities change for each spouse and relationship. Many couples experience a shift in activities they can or want to do, resulting many times in complete lifestyle changes—-like when the ear pumping club stops sounding so exciting (LOL!)…. maybe because preggers mommy-to-be can’t keep her eyes open past 9:30 pm (You are making …

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Parents-Only Vacay: Benefits for Marriage

In Parenting, Rekindle Love & Passion by srobirosa

One universal reason for suffering that exists between couples is jealousy. Jealousy can be felt due to many things, such as someone attractive talking to one’s spouse, or a friend that is becoming “too close” with one’s spouse…. and all of a sudden some strange energy runs through our body… actually, it can be a very unpleasant energy. It’s something …

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Mom vs. Dad: When Parenting Styles Clash

In Parenting by srobirosa

Long ago, when you were a little kid you didn’t know that your process of learning how to parent a child had started for you already. Your experiences as a son or daughter were shaping your future style of parenting as well as your values as a human being. Having said that, you can figure what happens when two people …

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How to Resolve Conflict When Parents Disagree About Discipline

In Parenting by srobirosa

Most couples agree on almost everything especially when they first get married. But, what happens when the first addition to the family arrives and it’s time to discipline the kid? That could be a different story. First things first, we all come from different families with different parenting styles, so it’s very likely that we are going to raise our …

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Who’s More Important? Your Mate or Your Children?

In Parenting by srobirosa

These are just some complaints I hear in my private practice every day. Do you find yourself having these concerns? All of them seem to be related to the main question: “Who is most important, my children or my husband?” The squeaky wheel gets the grease is a popular saying that can be applied to kids. Children are very demanding …