During this difficult period in our lives, one of the tools that has been most helpful to us is gratitude. Like most people, we have had our share of losses, ups and downs, happy and sad days, and feelings of depression and anxiety. To keep ourselves going, we try to take some time each day to consciously focus on what we are grateful for.

We feel fortunate that we have been able to continue our practice virtually, that we have a comfortable place to live, that we have family and friends even if our contact has been limited to Zoom and Facetime, and that we have each other.

To begin 2021, we want to share an article with you about what other “couples’ therapists” recommend to keep relationships together during the pandemics:

Can Your Relationship Survive the Togetherness of a Pandemic? Here Are 11 Things Couples’ Therapists Recommend


We are here to support you in your relationship journey.

If you and your partner are having trouble communicating, call us now. We are doing online therapy for Individuals and Couples. Call 410-363-2825 or email us now if your relationship is struggling.


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