Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares five unnecessary thoughts and behaviors that you should quit chasing in the New Year.
If you or your loved one suffers from emotional hoarding, it is helpful to understand why many resist attempts at moving forward. Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares three reasons that are the most typical.
Discussing what can and cannot be posted on social media is an important talk to have with each other. Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares talking points to help you both feel secure and protected in your relationship.
If your marriage feels frayed and tense as the pandemic forages onward, practicing these five may help you restore the strength.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares some suggestions to help gain insight into your feelings.
If you and your partner are looking for resolutions that will strengthen your relationship, marriage therapists recommend these five.
The past two years have been challenging with learning and adjusting to new things quickly, so this New Year’s let’s take the pressure off and invest our energy on unity at home.
January is days away, and if we’re able to let go of the emotional baggage we continue to carry, we’ll make space for more energy to focus on the things that will help us be more successful in the future.
You want your loved ones to leave the holiday dinner with memories they can cherish until they see you next year so avoiding these questions will help.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares suggestions to help you cope with your grief and reassure you that memories of your loved one will live on in others.
As we prepare for the holidays ahead, take time to reassess your relationship and practice these five habits to keep the love in your relationship and the drama out.
If you worry that you too are influenced by the commercial or materialism side of the holidays and gift giving has started feeling superficial to you, Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares five ways that will help you avoid affluenza and put your heart back into Christmas.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini explains what a "future faker" is and explains the dating practices they tend to use.
Are you enabling the drainers and spending less time with the inspiring friends? Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini discusses five types of friends that are best in small doses.
If you’ve ever been ghosted, you know the devastating feeling of someone you cared for simply disappearing without a word. To make matters worse, there's a new phenomenon: "Submariners."
Instead of talking about politics, the pandemic, or vaccines, psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini says talk about blessings and what we’re grateful for at the Thanksgiving table.
Traveling is stressful, especially during the holiday season, so psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares some travel tips to help minimize stress and maintain self-control.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini says discussing these types of infidelity with your partner can help you worry less about infidelity and feel more like a united front.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini explains some benefits of mirror gazing and how to get started.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares five suggestions that will be impactful and memorable for you and your children for years to come.