• Marriage Advice - Living as Husband & Wife

  • Arguing About Money

    The list of psychological reasons that so many couples argue about money are as deep and wide as the Grand Canyon itself. Marriage counselors spend lots of time shrinking couples over their handling and feelings about money usually indicating that it is the root source of all upheaval in a marriage.

    • How Parenting Can Make or Break Your Marriage

      It is important to be aware of our own expectations of ourselves and our partner when it comes to parenting. Having children changes the dynamic of a marriage without question; if we acknowledge that, then it is certainly possible to make it so that some changes will work in our favor.

    • 6 Reasons Buying Your Wife Lingerie Is a GOOD Idea

      A long time ago, there was another woman who existed in the same body that your wife is now living in.  This woman was not afraid to sport sexy lingerie and always seemed to know just the right way to let enough lace show to drive you wild.

    • The Roots to the Domestic Violence Behavior

      The domestic violence is not rare as we might think or hope!! It does not only apply to the sports' athletes. As a Marriage Family Therapist, I see this in various venues and professional fields including high-level executives and any other professional low or high titles or statuses you can imagine.

    • Middle Aged Women and the Empty Nest Syndrome

      The funny thing is while we have parents who suffer from empty nest syndrome, we have those who are suddenly burdened by boomerang kids.  Makes you wonder which is the lesser evil.

    • What Kind of People Cheat on Their Spouses

      Perhaps the best way to know if someone is a cheater or not is to look at their past behavior.  If you are with someone who cheated on someone else to be with you, chances are they will do the same thing to you.

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    Bob Buchicchio
    Robert Buchicchio

    Robert Buchicchio (MSW, LICSW, DCSW has a BA in psychology from University of Rhode Island and an MSW from Ohio State University.

    Article: We Never Fight! But we Never Talk!

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