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Assertiveness

Revenge and Forgiveness

Posted by:   |  Oct 06, 2020

When you begin a journey of revenge, you start by digging two graves: one for your enemy, and one for yourself. ― Jodi Picoult MRI scans have discovered that thinking about revenge activates the reward center—where the feel-good neurotransmitter dopamine is placed. Is it part of our evolutionary design to seek revenge? Michael McCullough, a […]...  Read more

Why You Need to Define Boundaries in a Marriage

Posted by:   |  Feb 18, 2020

A key to healthy marriage is having respectful boundaries. Without mutual respect and clear boundaries, you won’t receive the genuine love and support you look for in a marriage. If someone isn’t willing to respect the boundaries you’ve defined, you’re going to be trapped in a relationship full of gaslighting, chaos and anxiety. You’ll start […]...  Read more

The Importance of Healthy Boundary

Posted by:   |  Mar 31, 2018

A boundary is defined as anything that marks a limit. Psychological boundary marks the distinction between behavior that does not cause emotional harm and behavior that causes emotional harm. For healthy boundary, you need healthy self-esteem and for that you need a security system that alerts you when your boundary has been breached. Your alert […]...  Read more

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