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Couples Therapy

Susana Marquez

We all know romantic relationships are hard work. In the beginning, it may come

relatively easy and effortless but when the “honeymoon” stage slowly dissipates, as life has a

tendency to do, sooner or later, it’s going to get real. What most people often don’t realize, a relationship is the joining of two different INDIVIDUALS. Instead of two halves as one, a better analogy would be two wholes meeting in the middle. Relationship problems essentially due to differences in values, experience and understanding – the challenge is learning to accept another human being with their own set of challenges and substance. Maintaining a deep emotional and physical connection in a romantic relationship is HARD WORK.

It is in our nature to experience the many dark sides of our emotions that gets projected

into our romantic relationships – jealousy, resentment, anger, fear. But for many of us don’t

have the time or financial freedom to hire a therapist. Some of us might be with a partner who doesn’t believe in therapy. For those of you ladies who yearns for a platform to share and ask the struggles of being in a romantic relationship – findSisterhood welcomes all to a safe anonymous podium for questions pertaining the heart.

Our guest speaker Susana Marquez, a relationship therapist guides our couples’ therapy

discussion. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, focuses key components on how a

partnership works. She advices on co-parenting, the love languages, when to leave a

relationship, how to deal with custody disputes and the basis of all relationships - trust and



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