Are you getting married in Minnesota and having conflict? We can help you! It is crucial to solve an argument when fighting to avoid reoccurring, additional, and lasting conflict. Ensuring confidence, safety, and trust between partners is key to finding success in your relationship. Couples can effectively solve and deescalate their problems by using Dr. D’Arienzo’s conflict resolution tips, Dr. Gottman’s five step tool, and safe talking techniques. Find out more through out Minnesota Premarital Education Course!
Practicing having a “positive lens”, or positive perspective, increases the overall positivity within a relationship. This may include giving your partner the benefit of the doubt or having feelings of confirmation that your partner is the best. Steering away from a “negative lens” will help avoid feelings of hurt, misunderstanding, and frustration. Learn more about creating a positive relationship with our Minnesota Premarital Education course!
The loss of a marriage and the physical loss of a partner share similar grief patterns. When going through a divorce, you must rectify the loss of your partner and their continued influence over your life and your children. Kubler Ross, Paul Bohannon, and Stanley Hagemeyer explain the stages of divorce and models of grief with idea’s on how to cope with your divorce. Here you can read more about the emotional process of divorce and our High-Conflict Co-Parenting course.
The Gottman’s four horseman theory uncovers four behaviors which cause conflict in couples as Dr. D’Arienzo offers antidotes and additional tools for finding a resolution. Deescalating a situation or major problem becomes easy using Dr. Gottman’s five step tool guide as well. Functional and successful couples learn how to effectively solve their problems while maintaining a committed, trusting, and secure relationship. Find out more about Florida Premarital Preparation Course!
A hugely important topic. In-laws. They can make or break even the best relationships. I’ve heard countless stories about great in-laws as well as particular monster-in-laws in my clinical practice as a psychologist.
Do you meet your partner’s emotional needs? Oftentimes, we assume that our partner has the same emotional needs that we do. This line of thinking can be detrimental to your partner’s marital satisfaction. Find out how you can meet your partner’s emotional needs and tune up your marriage.
With the world going virtual due to the global pandemic, there is not a better time to hop on a dating site to make these socially distanced and isolated times feel less lonely. There are an expansive range of dating websites and app options available to people looking for their perfect match; whether it be a casual hookup or a significant date. Not only is there someone for everyone, but there are specific sites for specific partner preferences. No matter who you are or the partner and relationship you’re looking for, Dr. Justin D’Arienzo and his team believes there is a dating website to compensate your desire to connect with others.
The COVID-19 Pandemic caused many wedding ceremonies and receptions to be canceled in 2020. The CDC anticipates that there will be an increase in weddings in summer 2021. If you are getting married this summer, D’Arienzo Psychology wants to help you prepare with our Online Premarital Preparation Course. We are approved to offer our course in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma, and Minnesota.
According to psychologists and social learning theory, most couples undergo changes in roles and demands along with the challenges to balance other new parent responsibilities. The precarious transition leads to a decrease in relationship functioning and increase in specialization of parental roles.
Dr. D’Arienzo is our Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and National Divorce Expert. Dr. D’Arienzo developed our parent education and family stabilization courses and our high conflict divorce course. This article outlines the five stages of the Kübler Ross Stages of Grief model and how they relate to divorce. Learn more about divorce and co-parenting by taking one of our parent education and family stabilization courses or our high conflict divorce course.