How to Find a Marriage Counselor in New York

An image of a couple holding each other happy after receiving couples counseling in New York from Loving at Your Best Marriage and Couples Counseling.

Unlocking the Power of Integrated Couples Therapy for New Yorkers Are you and your partner seeking to reignite the spark in your marriage or relationship and build a stronger, more fulfilling connection? I’ll take you on a journey to find a well-qualified couples therapist in New York with the transformative power to breathe new life […]

Is My Parent a Narcissist? Transforming Relationships Through Schema Therapy

Statue of Liberty symbolizing the choice between narcissistic control and the freedom offered by schema therapy at Loving at Your Best Marriage and Couples Counseling.

Couples Therapy in NYC: Tales for Lovebirds If you and your partner are perched atop a Manhattan tower, squinting across the skyline and wondering, “Is my parent a narcissist or the Statue of Liberty?” this article is your compass. Brace yourself for a unique odyssey through the labyrinthine city of parental narcissism — what it […]

What are the Signs of a Narcissistic Husband? Key Indicators to Watch For

How to Recognize and Handle if your Husband is a Narcissist: A Crucial Step If you’re currently delving into this blog article, chances are your intimate relationship is no longer a source of joy. You’ve likely been grappling with sadness and confusion, wrestling with the gut-wrenching feelings that your partner may be abusing you. Yet, […]

How to Stop the Blame Game in Your Relationship

A happy interracial couple sits on the couch, engaging in open and honest communication. The pregnant wife shares her thoughts and feelings, while the attentive husband listens empathetically. Their successful marriage therapy at Loving at Your Best Marriage and Couples Counseling has helped them overcome the blame game and strengthen their relationship.

Placing Blame in Relationships: A Persistent Problem By the time most couples seek therapy, we imagine the conflict has been brewing for one partner for a while. Rarely is it their first disagreement, and blame-based patterns have emerged. Partners often come to therapy feeling that the other person is to blame for all the problems […]

Banishing the Toxic Critic in Your Mind

“If you think you’re enlightened, spend a week with your family.” ~ Ram Dass It was exciting to go away to college. You were leaving home to meet new people and do things that had nothing to do with your childhood. But you were an adult, so you were ready to leave families you loved […]

Gen X and Boomer Parents: Tips to Help Avoid Resentment

I got into a fistfight with the literal “boy next door” when I was 10 years old, which left my eye slightly injured. Although I can’t recall the specifics of the fight, I do recall that I believed he had won fair and square. The following week, everything had been forgotten, and we were once again having […]

Mid-Life Ma’amhood: The New Midlife Crisis for Gen X Women

We all have an image of what a straight man going through a midlife crisis looks like. He is desperately trying to remember what it was like to be young as he drives his new sports car as fast as possible down the street. Shotgun might be a young woman he just acquired after deciding […]