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    Do you take responsibility for your own happiness?

    Is happiness something we seek or something we choose? What do you choose? Happiness is a decision. We often seek happiness in other people or in situations when in reality only we can make ourselves happy. If we aren't happy with our current situation how…
    Author: Yaji Category: Love, Radio & Blog Published: July 5, 2016
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    Is Monogamy Dead?

    Is Monogamy Dead? An article by Time Magazine claims, yes. Monogamy is dead, people are cheaters and monogamy forces us to have to be liars and cheats. Just after that article, Candace Bushnell (author of Sex in the City) wrote a response article that stated…
    Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups, Relationships Published: September 25, 2015
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    What is the difference between a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Therapist, Counselor, Coach, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Social Worker?

    What is the difference between a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Therapist, Counselor, Coach, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Social Worker? What is the difference between a Psychiatrists, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Therapist, Counselor, Coach, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Social Worker? If you are searching for psychological help,…
    Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication Published:
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    Infidelity

    Wow! The recent hacking and subsequent leak of Ashley Madison’s members’ private information is quite a topic that brings up sadness, fascination and disgust. For those of you who don’t know, Ashley Madison is a dating website, similar to Match.com or OKCupid with the big…
    Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups Published: August 24, 2015
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    Are You Listening to Your Body?

    Are You Listening to Your Body? The first step to improving communication is to know what you are feeling in your body. Click here to view the entire article. Compliments of Huffington Post. Your body is your clue to your emotions which then can inform…
    Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication Published: July 24, 2015
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    The Benefits of Being Rejected

    It is without fail that at some point, we will face rejection. There is a mystery and unknown element of rejection that stirs the mind into countless arguments stemming around the question...Why? In an effort to gain understanding about the assumptions of ourselves, the informed…
    Author: Theresa Category: Uncategorized Published: October 29, 2014
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    Compassion Lives in Unexpected Places

    There is a lot of moral pressure to “take the high road” or to “be the bigger person” when we are faced with challenging or emotional arguments or disagreements. Let’s listen closer. What are these phrases having us say to ourselves? What they are really…
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    How to Save my Marriage?

    The answer to the question, “how to save my marriage” is a counterintuitive one. Most people think that marriage and relationship requires give and take… compromise. To a degree this is true, however compromise is the key word that needs to be reconsidered. When you…
    Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups, Counseling & Communication, Relationships Published: September 18, 2014
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    Honesty VS. Lying in Relationship

    Whether to be honest or lie in a relationship is an interesting topic. One that, in couple’s counseling sessions often comes up in the extremes. It is obvious that honesty in a relationship is important and lying is destructive, so most people try to be…
    Author: Yaji Category: Cheating & Breakups, Counseling & Communication, Relationships Published: April 23, 2014
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    Does Unconditional Love Exist in Relationships?

    I have recently had some debate on this question with some of my San Francisco colleagues so thought it a good topic for further discussion. In my view and orientation of Love Therapy, unconditional love can only be given when one first loves them self.…
    Author: Yaji Category: Love, Relationships Published: April 14, 2014
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    Can Marriage Counseling Save your Relationship?

    Marriage rates are on the decline today, and a number of factors are to blame. An oft-repeated statistic claims that nearly fifty per cent of first marriages end in divorce. When divorces do happen, they take a heavy toll on everyone involved. Divorce is one…
    Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication, Relationships Published: April 3, 2014
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    Getting the Best Out of your Therapy Sessions

    Therapy is an investment in your most important asset – yourself! A session with a therapist might feel a little daunting since sharing your pains and vulnerabilities with a complete stranger is often not a natural thing to do for most people. Feeling nervous or…
    Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication Published: March 24, 2014
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    More than Communication, it is the Connection that Keeps a Relationship Strong

    It is a commonly held notion that a healthy communication between couples is the most important thing in a relationship. While communication is a critically important component of connection, it is not all there is. More than communication, feeling connected is the true measure of…
    Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication, Love, Relationships Published: February 19, 2014
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    Therapy for Love, From Love

    Hi & Welcome to SF Love Therapy. The focus is simple… LOVE. Giving love, receiving love, self love, looking for love, familial love, romantic love, sexual love, love addiction, sex addiction… well, you get the picture. Love is the focus and love is the drive.
    Author: Yaji Category: Counseling & Communication, Love Published: June 18, 2011