So often newly married couples don’t understand why relationships change over time. They can argue over small inconsequential things. Check out this video of “Weird Things Couples Fight About.” If you argue like this, consider attending to our Start Right, Stay Connected seminar. You will understand how normal these type of arguments can be and view […]
Author Archive for: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Gail Guttman
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Gail Guttman contributed a whooping 6 entries.
Entries by Gail Guttman
We are approaching the celebration of Chanukah, known as “The Festival of Lights”. Every night for eight days, we light another candle until on the eight night, we are lighting eight candles. In every temple/synagogue, there was and is a light which is always lit, the Eternal Light, signifying G-d’s presence. At the time of […]
We received this article today (December 11. 2016) though social media and wanted to share with you. The article is not meant as a political statement. We know many people are fearful about the new President. However, this article highlights a different fear, experienced by the survivors of sexual assault and sexual abuse. These survivors often […]
Esther Perel wrote a great article, 7 Relationship Myths to Stop Believing. Myth #1: People in a relationship don’t flirt. If they do, it means they are unhappy and looking for something else. Myth #2: Honesty is the best policy. Myth #3: Bad sex should always be a relationship deal breaker. It means you aren’t […]
Our Start Right, Stay Connected relationship education seminar is for premarital or newly married couples, couples who are making a long term commitment and those who need a relationship boost. One of our best lines in the workshop is, “You can be married (or connected) or you can be right! It is often hard to […]
It is very important for couples and families to learn about “the relationship space.” In your relationship, there are three entities: you, your partner & your relationship. We know about the “relationship space”, when we have conflict. At that time, we can feel the tension, the negative energy, from the basement to the second floor. […]
6000 Executive Blvd.
Rockville, MD 20852
Gwen Enfield Pearl
4545 42nd St., NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20016
(near Tenley Circle)